Beyond the big play to Koren Robinson on the Seahawks' first offensive play, Seattle has not done a great deal this half, though their defense was steadfast until the end, when Philly scored a late TD to take a 14-7 lead.
Donovan McNabb missed his first six pass attempts and the Seahawks initially got a good pass rush. But McNabb is starting to heat up and the Eagles are mixing in Brian Westbrook pretty well.
Kelly Jennings continues to get sizzled; he gave up a 26-yard pass play to Kevin Curtis in the final minute, allowing Curtis to get to the 1 with a nice move on which Jennings whiffed. A play later, McNabb threw to offensive tackle Todd Herremans, who was eligible as a receiver.
The Seahawks' offense has been fitful. They make a good play, but then can't sustain it, which has kind of been the story for the past month.
One question: On fourth and 1, the Seahawks stopped McNabb on a QB sneak and the ball came out. The officials said his forward progress had been stopped -- but isn't that the same play with Aaron Rodgers, where they stopped him, he got up and ran into the end zone? Just askin.