I have to say, it appears that the defense is just going through the motions against the Rams, who hold a 17-7 halftime lead. It has created two turnovers, which is keeping Seattle in the game, but not too many players look interested in tackling Steven Jackson, who already has 81 yards rushing.
The offensive line looks like everybody thought it would look last week against New England, with the Rams getting constant pressure on Seneca Wallace. He has been sacked a few times and his status for the second half is uncertain after he got walloped at the end of the half -- though he did walk off under his own powers and was screaming on the sidelines afterward. He yelled something as he walked past Mike Holmgren, though Holmgren did not appear to flinch so it was probably not directed at him.
There are so few people in here and it is so quiet that you can actually hear when Deon Grant is calling out coverages before the ball is snapped. A sad state of affairs for two struggling teams.