Get burned by something enough times and accept you can learn something from it? That's up for the individual to decide, but it's something I do. Burke listed the Seahawks as extreme underdogs versus the Giants and boy did that prove true in excruciating fashion. This week, they are again underdogs. According to Burke's ratings, Arizona is the worst team in football, but Seattle is the second worst team in football. That makes Seattle underdogs by force of being the road team. Vegas oddsmakers agree. Arizona is favored by three points. Boy is that a kick in the throat. Anyway, I don't gamble because I would probably turn compulsive, but with Brandon Mebane ready to go and the coaching staff a week farther into the process of replacing Red Bryant, I think this defense should be a lot better. If Russell Okung is go, it wouldn't surprise me if the Seahawks offense broke out. The Cardinals are pretty weak on defense and we've seen how much better Matt Hasselbeck can look when Seattle can send five out on routes. I guess when I say "broke out", I mean, break out against the Arizona Cardinals. If the defense ranges back towards adequate and the offense can construct some drives, that should be enough for Seattle to win. Which, Pyrrhic victory or not, would make for a much better three hours.