What an odd game. And a great deal of the Seahawks' 19-7 deficit has to do with Nate Burleson. He allowed a punt to drop that pushed the Seahawks back to the 2, which led to a safety. He fumbled on a punt return in his own territory that led to a Rams touchdown. He dropped a deep pass. And he ran the wrong route on Hasselbeck's interception just before the half that cost the Seahawks some points. He is not the only one, of course. Josh Brown missed a field goal. Deion Branch dropped a pass. A third-and-one play once again was unable to be converted on a Mo Morris run to the left side. Hasselbeck has been sacked three times. But Burleson's mistakes have been glaring and costly. The Seahawks look like they are asleep, the time change seeming to affect them. They better wake up in the second half if they want to come back in this game. The hurry-up offense was employed successfully in that drive that ended in an interception, and they may want to keep going with that to keep St. Louis's pressure off them. Hasselbeck has very little time to throw the ball. Will Witherspoon has been all over the field. Still, the game is not out of reach. It'll be interesting to see if Mike Holmgren makes any halftime adjustments.