Week Ten Halftime Check-in: Seattle at Arizona

Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck left to go to the locker room before the final play of the first half to get his left thumb examined as his team is beating the Cardinals 17-10.

Arizona (3-5) drew blood first thanks to a Tim Hightower two-yard touchdown run, but Marshawn Lynch answered back with a short scoring run with 7:48 to go in the opening quarter.

After the teams exchanged field goals, Seattle (4-4) took took its second lead of the game with a 63-yard catch-and run by Deon Butler.  The second-year wide receiver eluded three Cardinals defenders near the left sideline around the Arizona’s 10-yard line en route to the score.

At the half, Seattle leads Arizona 17-10, but Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is getting his left thumb examined in the locker room.  Charlie Whitehurst took the team’s final snap of the half.

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