The Seahawks can't finish what they start, one reason the Chargers are taking a 7-0 lead into halftime as fans boo the home team on its way into the locker room. Matt Hasselbeck's interception deep in Chargers territory ended one drive that should have produced points late in the first half. Seattle got the ball back at its own 40 with enough time to get points, only to have Deion Branch drop two passes before Hasselbeck and D.J. Hackett misfired on third-and-10. It appeared as though Hasselbeck expected Hackett to break off his route. Hackett went deep instead. Can't say who was at fault, but the bottom line is this: The Seahawks are as out of sync now as they were last week, the week before and just about any week this season. The defense is doing its part most of the time, but this has the feel of another game where the opponent will get its ground game into gear in the fourth quarter (LaDainian Tomnlinson had 62 of his 102 first-half yards on one run).