To their credit, the Seahawks are not going away. Seneca Wallace drove the team down the field from his own 26, then whipped a 30-yard pass to Deion Branch in the right corner of the end zone for a score. Branch was actually covered very well by Roderick Hood, but Branch made a better catch. Seneca Wallace was clobbered by Gerald Hayes on the play and probably did not see the catch.
The score is tied at 14, and turnovers have been a key. The Seahawks have an interception and a fumble, and the Cardinals have a fumble and an interception. Two of the four turnovers have led to touchdowns.
The game is pretty even. Neither team is dominating the other, and they still seem to be feeling each other out. Penalties and turnovers have hurt the Seahawks, but they are staying in the game with a decent passing game by Wallace.
Of interest will be how long Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt keeps his starters in in the second half.