Dave Boling offers some thoughts this morning on how the Seahawks should approach life with Seneca Wallace as quarterback. Writes Dave: "The Hawks' best hope to keep from tumbling during (Matt) Hasselbeck's absence is to have the sense to let Seneca Wallace be himself. ... Cut him loose, coach. Play to his strengths. The best way to lose against the Chiefs in Kansas City this week is to clam up, get conservative, throttle back. Aside from games against Atlanta featuring fleet quarterback Michael Vick, defenses aren't used to having to scheme against a player like Wallace. Put the squeeze on them. Roll him out, bootleg him, give him the option of running or passing. Move the pocket, run some sprint outs, quarterback draws. Let Jim Zorn the quarterback coach show him some old films of Jim Zorn the player."