You thought last week against Pittsburgh was bad? This game against New Orleans, which Seattle is trailing at the half 28-10, is even worse so far. Up until the offense scored 10 points in the final few minutes, every unit looked terrible, from the poor snap by Boone Stutz that led to the Saints' first touchdown, to the defense's inability to gets stops, particularly on third down and long, to their containment issues with Reggie Bush, to an offense that continues to struggle. And don't forget about the blocked field goal attempt. And this is all coming against an 0-4 team. This was the worry, that New Orleans would put together all its pieces in this game. And it is. It seems like every play is going to Bush, who had nine rushes for 88 yards in the first half and is eluding Seattle's tacklers. That Brian Russell leads the team with six tackles is telling. The Seahawks' running game still has not done anything, and Shaun Alexander got booed at one point after he tripped in the backfield and fell to the line of scrimmage. Until those last drives, Matt Hasselbeck did not look particularly comfortable with his receivers and had not found anything except short passes to the flats. He is going to have to start finding Nate Burleson, Bobby Engram and Obomanu if the Seahawks are going to stage a comeback in the second half. Remember, they came back against Arizona after trailing by 17 points. But their defense has to be able to stop somebody, and right now it cannot.