After the blocked punt by the Seattle Seahawks that gave them a 7-0 lead over the St. Louis Rams, both team's offenses struggled to get much going on. The teams exchanged punts through the second quarter and each team was able to manage a field goal after some promising drives stalled out.
Mid way through the second quarter, the Seahawks decided to get a bit creative and ran another trick play. Fullback Michael Robinson snuck out of the backfield and lined up as a wide receiver on what looked like a running play. Surprise! It's a halfback pass, that didn't work.
After the ensuing punt, the Rams offense struggled again to get anything going as quarterback Sam Bradford clearly doesn't look comfortable playing on his ankle. Late in the fourth quarter, the Seahawks fumbled the ball on an exchange, giving the ball right back to the Rams. Once again however, the Rams couldn't do anything with the football and punted the ball away. The Seahawks tried to move the ball, but again failed to do so taking a 10-3 lead into the half.