There's not much to say; this is an old-fashioned whupping. John Carney's field goal with less than a minute to go gave New York a 27-3 lead. An Olindo Mare field goal with three seconds left that pulled the Seahawks to 27-6 did little to dull the pain.
The defense is getting shredded, Patrick Kerney's sack of Eli Manning the only hint of pressure the Seahawks have gotten all day. Manning is finding receivers at will, mostly Domenik Hixon, and Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward are knifing through the defense for 5 yard a carry with some 20- or 30-yarders sprinkled in.
Deion Branch and Bobby Engram are nice for Matt Hasselbeck to have, but he is not getting much time to find them. Julius Jones is irrelevant now that they are so far behind. Seattle is playing for moral victories at this point, but they don't look like they are even close to the same class as the Giants. That East Coast thing is rearing its ugly head again.
One last thought: Punter Jon Ryan has been very poor since they signed him. He has gotten off only good punt that I can remember. I have to think it's only a matter of time before they lose patience with that.