The Seahawks needed it bad if they wanted a shot at the division. Tonight, the defense lived up to the hype of being a top-flight unit by forcing 1 fumble and 6 INTs, in route to a 25-14 victory over Coach Curtis Nesmith's Cardinals. Early on the Cardinals found a rhythm by pounding the rock and getting ahead to a 14-7 lead. As the game wore on, Skelton was forced to pass more and the Hawks defense was there to haul in his passes almost as much as the WRs of the Cardinals. Interceptions by Sherman, Hill, Wagner, Wright, Trufant, and Coleman have the league officials and executives wondering whether or not the Hawks defense is on PEDs. No word yet, as this juicing chatter could turn out to be a black eye for the Seahawks. Or the League. Or both. GG Curtis. Always a pleasure my man. You deserved better that game. Sorry it went down like that.