There are two ways to look at the Seahawks' 9-6 win over Detroit on Sunday.
There is the glass half-full way. That entails filling said glass with Jim Jones Kool-Aid and gulping down the concoction, thinking of the offense, an offense that no longer has Steve Hutchinson.
If that's the way you want to go, there are a multitude of stories for you. The Seattle Times kicks it off, with a story by Greg Bishop that chronicles the tough day for the Seahawks' offense, especially its two stars, Matt Hasselbeck and Shaun Alexander.
And, despite its success, according to this Everett story, the defense wasn't too happy with itself. Maybe they were counting the missed tackles like I was.
But there is another way to look at Sunday, and that entails filling your glass half full of Gentleman Jack and drinking a toast to the D, and to kicker Josh Brown. On a dark day in Detroit, they pulled the Seahawks through.