Fans tuning into Monday night’s Seahawks and Rams game probably expected an ugly affair.
So far, it’s exceeded expectations. It’s really ugly.
The Seahawks lead 10-3 at the break in a half punctuated by fumbled snaps, dropped interceptions, misfired passes into the dirt, and players tripping over one another.
We expected Seattle to control the game, but the only real difference is a punt blocked for a touchdown.
Sam Bradford is playing, but he shouldn’t be. He looks uncomfortable and we wouldn’t be surprised to see Kellen Clemens before this game is over. Bradford is 5-for-13 for 59 yards. Tarvaris Jackson isn’t much better, but he hasn’t had to be.
The good news: Next week’s Monday night game is Pittsburgh and San Francisco.