Trailing Green Bay 13-6, Seattle faced third-and-goal on the Packers 6. The pass ricocheted off a defender and was alertly fielded by Blue Men Group guard Steve Hutchinson, who lunged forward to the Green Bay 1, whence his team scored the tying touchdown on fourth down. On a weekend when several gentlemen recorded 100-plus-yard receiving days, Hutchinson, an OL, made the best -- and most difficult -- catch.
Blue Men Group note: Matt Hasselbeck threw for 305 yards despite four of his passes being right on the receiver's hands and dropped as if they were invitations to a private steam bath with the guy from My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé. Two drops by Koren Robinson were killers; one would have been a touchdown, another a long gainer on a series on which the 'Hawks instead went three-and-out in the fourth quarter. Had the four passes simply been caught, Hasselbeck might have had one of the postseason's all-time best passing days, and a Seattle victory would have been likely.