The Seattle Seahawks are playing in front of their first national television audience since 2007 as they host the St. Louis Rams for Monday Night Football. Through the first half of play, the Seahawks are holding on to a 10-3 lead.
The Seahawks looked to be off to a dominating start in the first quarter. The first offensive possession by the Rams ended in a blocked punt that Michael Robinson grabbed up and ran in for a touchdown to get the scoring started. Steven Hauschka later added a 42 yard field goal to give the Seahawks a 10-0 first quarter lead.
Inconsistency was the story for both offenses in the second quarter. Both Seattle quarterback Tarvaris Jackson and St, Louis quarterback Sam Bradford bounced a couple of pass attempts, adding to the frustration of receivers and safeties on both sides who keep dropping or missing easy catches.
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