The chart at right shows that Seattle has gotten away from the four-receiver sets everyone was talking about after games against the Giants and Bears. We have seen more three-wides in the last couple weeks. Today we saw D.J. Hackett take over for Nate Burleson as the third guy in those situations. We did not see an increase in two-TE sets even though Jerramy Stevens was back from injury. Stevens played quite a bit, but Seattle ran only two sets with more than one tight end, by my count. I counted 31 plays with no tight ends, 30 with one tight end and those two plays with two tight ends. Monday note: The chart was updated to show a couple of minor changes discovered when I watched the video.