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Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
The Seahawks showed glimpses of what life can be like with Matt Hasselbeck back under center. They also showed how limited the offense has become in 2008.
This marked the fourth time in a row and the seventh time in eight games that Seattle has failed to exceed 20 points.
Hasselbeck led two crisp touchdown drives, but he also threw two interceptions, giving him five in two games since returning from injury. Hasselbeck has thrown an interception on his final throw in each of the last two games, both when a Seattle touchdown might have won the game.
The Seahawks, with Dallas and New England on their schedule next, will likely take a 2-11 record into their Dec. 14 game at St. Louis.
Seattle then closes its schedule against the Jets and Cardinals, putting the Seahawks in position to finish 2-14 or 3-13 in Mike Holmgren's final season.