It’s a good thing the Seahawks got a fifth pre-season game, because against a better team, three first-quarter turnovers might have really cost them. Matt Hasselbeck was obviously over-eager in his first game since being shut down to rest a bad back last November. He threw two interceptions in the first quarter. After the Seahawks recovered the Rams’ fumble at their own 19 on the opening kickoff, Hasselbeck forced his first two passes to tightly covered receivers. The second one, to a double-covered T.J. Houshmandzadeh, was intercepted in the end zone. Then, after a great trick play featuring Hasselbeck and Seneca Wallace that got Seattle into St. Louis territory, Hasselbeck threw a late pass to Nate Burleson that was picked. Hasselbeck settled down after that, though. Af ...
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