Seattle Seahawks Lead Arizona Cardinals At Halftime, 10-0

The Seattle Seahawks made it out of the first half with a 10-0 lead, thanks in no small part to their defense and special team. Amid a pounding rain for much of the first half, the Cardinals and Seahawks looked sloppy on offense, combining for four turnovers and 213 total yards of offense.

Max Hall, who thought Qwest Field would be a fun place to play, isn’t having much fun so far. Hall is 4-15 for 36 yards and an interception through two quarters. Not too fun anymore is it? Earl Thomas set the tone, interception a wobbly Hall pass on the Cardinals’ first possession of the game.

The Cardinals mishandled a punt late in the first half, allowing Michael Robinson to fall on the ball at the two yard line. The Seahawks capitalized two plays later when Matt Hasselbeck hit Mike Williams on a fade route for the score. Hasselbeck had an awful half outside of the touchdown, completing eight of 16 passes for 56 yards and the aforementioned touchdown.

Marshawn Lynch is pacing the Seahawk running backs with 11 carries for 61 yards. Justin Forsett added four carries for 11 yards as the change of pace back.

The Cardinals get the ball to start the half down 10-0.

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