When Matt Hasselbeck returned from injury on Sunday the Seahawks offense was markedly better. Hasselbeck didnÆt throw an exorbitant amount of passes for a ton of yards, though he threw four touchdowns. But the offense looked crisp. T.J. Houshmandzadeh showed why the team broke the bank to bring him in. Finally, for the first time since Joe Jurevicius last stepped on the field turf at Qwest Field, the team has a physical receiver, and with Hasselbeck under center they have someone who knows how to capitalize on his physicality. But truthfully, the thing I noticed most watching Hasselbeck on Sunday wasnÆt actually related to what happened on the field that day, but rather what didnÆt. Seneca Wallace didnÆt start, and after two weeks of Wallace, which preceded a near-healthy Hasselbeck st ...
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