The Seahawks have controlled this 10-3 game in the first half, but it feels like they should be up about 17-3 or 20-3. The turning point seemed to be that fourth-and-inches call when the Seahawks ran right and were stuffed. It gave the Rams the chance for their three points and seemed to discombobulate Seattle's offense for some reason. Matt Hasselbeck's injury is a concern because it clearly is bothering him and he is thinking about it. The running game is off and on, which is still better than completely off. But there does not seem to be a rhythm to the offense, particularly at the end of the first half. Walter Jones has been beaten for a sack and called for a holding penalty. The defense, however, looks sensational. I think they have held the Rams to less than 50 yards total offense. Darryl Tapp already has three sacks. Marc Bulger and Brian Leonard both have been ineffective. The crowd is into the game and the Rams have been called for I believe four false starts. The secondary is doing a good job in coverage, including Marcus Trufant's interception. You get the feeling that the Seahawks are on the verge of blowing it open, but they have to stop killing themselves on offense.