Getting great field position to start the drive, the Seahawks finished it off with a two-yard touchdown pass from Seneca Wallace to tight end John Carlson, who reached up over David Harris for the score.
The TD prompted a bunch of snowballs to be thrown throughout the stadium. I hope folks are careful because that could get ugly.
This post wills serve as the first-half wrapup as well. Predictably, the game has not been an offensive showcase because the field conditions are restricting a great deal. The Seahawks have fumbled twice, once by Will Heller and once by Leonard Weaver on the Jets' 3-yard line that prevented at least one more score.
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Brett Favre does not look very good either, throwing one cross-field, ill-advised pass that was intercepted by Josh Wilson.
Neither team is able to get much going consistently, so it appears that this will be a low-scoring affair that could be decided in the final few minutes. I wouldn't be surprised to see John Marshall turn loose the blitz in the second half. They are actually getting some pressure on Favre and his receivers are having a difficult time getting open.