2. Matt Schaub. 29 completions on 39 attempts for 365 yards. Two touchdowns, one interception.
3. John Carlson. As a receiver, at least. Carlson caught the only Seahawks touchdown and finished the game with three catches for 24 yards. Not too impressive, I know, but I am really struggling to find anything good to list here for the Seahawks.
1. Seahawks offense. Just plain offensive. With 3:24 left in the first half, before the lone scoring drive, Seattle had four punts and one first down to its credit.
2. Seahawks defense. They're getting worse as the season goes along.
3. Hasselbeck. I like Matt Hasselbeck. A lot of fans are putting the problems on him, as always happens with the quarterback, which isn’t fair. This is not all his fault. Having said that, he did not have a good game. When he wasn’t being rushed and/or sacked, he was rushing a lot of passes. It’s not surprising when his line either gives him days in the pocket or milliseconds. There is no in between.
1. Seahawks coaches. At one point during the game, head coach Jim Mora was screaming at the defense. I think one or two players looked up at him and shrugged but for the most part, no one noticed. Mora even challenged his offense, going for it on fourth down more than once when in field goal range. I don’t know if he has lost the team completely or not but if the players’ body language on TV was accurate, Mora is on very thin ice considering the Seahawks are looking for their new general manager at this very moment.
2. Seneca Wallace. I am done with Wallace. He seems to be regressing as a player every time he touches the ball. I don’t know if he can still play quarterback in this league but he should not be trying to play the position in Seattle anymore. He sacked himself again when he ran out of bounds behind the line of scrimmage. This makes the third or fourth time Wallace has managed this feat. How many quarterbacks run out of bounds behind the line of scrimmage without even attempting to throw the ball away? Not that Wallace didn’t try to throw the ball away, no; the one time he attempted that, he was flagged for intentional grounding. I think it’s time to try the rookie, Mike Teel, as the backup for once. There is no way he can do anything stupider than Wallace has done so far this season.