If you're looking for offense, you've come to the wrong football game. Neither the Seattle Seahawks nor the St. Louis Rams have been able to do much in this second half. Each team has crossed midfield once in this one in the second half, and their drive stalled almost immediately after getting there.
There have been two big plays, and both of them have been St. Louis turnovers deep in their own territory. First defensive end Chris Clemons sacked Sam Bradford and defensive tackle Clinton McDonald scooped up the football. McDonald lost his grip on the football as he was trying to run with it, but cornerback Roy Lewis recover the ball himself.
Marshawn Lynch punched it into the end zone five plays later to give Seattle a ten point lead. Bradford then threw a highly-entertaining pick to Red Bryant in the fourth quarter deep on his side of the field. Justin Forsett scooted into the end zone on a 22 yard gain soon after to put Seattle in command position.