The Seahawks' victory over the Giants on Sunday broke from a few established trends. This was the first time Seattle won a game in which Matt Hasselbeck tossed more than two interceptions. A few other trends held: This was the ninth time Hasselbeck has gone an entire start without getting sacked. Seattle is 8-1 in those games. This was the 22nd start in which Hasselbeck has completed at least 70 percent of his passes (rounding up everything from .695 and above). Seattle is 18-4 in those games (this counts the playoff victory over Carolina last season). When you add it up, Hasselbeck has completed at least 70 percent of his passes in 22 of 76 starts, counting playoffs. That's better than 28 percent of the time. Hasselbeck's starting record is now 43-28 (.606) in the regular season and 2-3 (.400) in the playoffs.