Matt Hasselbeck threw a screen pass to Mo Morris, and he took it 13 yards for the touchdown to bring the score to 13-7.
With Mike Wahle out with a shoulder injury (his return is doubtful), Pork Chop has gone to left guard and Ray Willis was at right guard. Willis threw a key block on Morris' TD, though it easily could have been holding as well.
This is a game now after Arizona dominated the entire first half. They held the ball for much of the first two quarters and Kurt Warner toyed with the secondary, completing 20 of his first 24 passes for 225 yards. The Seahawks need to get more pressure on Warner, the most accurate passer in NFL history, if they want to have a chance. Arizona's receivers are just too big so that even if the D backs are close, they are having a hard time contending with the size disparity.
But at the very least, Wilson's interception and Morris' TD should infuse the Seahawks with a sense of confidence as they head into the second half.