Judging by what we saw tonight, one suspects that Mike Holmgren will be running some very intense practices when the Seahawks make it back to Cheney. Multiple penalties (including two neutral zone infractions and two wide receiver false starts) sandbagged Seattle’s offensive efforts from the beginning, and porous line play cemented a very pedestrian effort from the first and second teams. Matt Hasselbeck finished his two drives with four completions in six attempts for 43 yards, and left the field in favor of Seneca Wallace. Wallace showed maturity at times, displaying an ability to think quarterback first as opposed to pulling the ball down and running his way out of (and subsequently into more) trouble. Wallace finished 11 of 17 for 117 yards, pretty good numbers considering the fact that he spent a great deal of time running for his life behind that line.