All we're saying is that it is concerning. I'm pretty sure the case that Hasselbeck played terribly down the stretch has been adequately made. Seven games, three touchdowns, and eight interceptions. Klug wasn't out there catching touchdown passes and neither was anyone else. When Locker came out stronger than Hasselbeck in training camp, I said that it didn't matter until the bullets are live. Said the same when Locker struggled and the Hasselbeck fan club anointed Hasselbeck the day one starter. The significance here is, again, turnovers are what Hasselbeck was notable for in the second half of last season. He's still going to get his chance to compete. He's not going to win this competition if he keeps it up (assuming this is a fair competition), however. And stop with the excuses for Hasselbeck. He sprained his elbow. He didn't even miss practice. He wasn't on the injury report the following week. Sucked before that, and continued to suck afterward. Then the Saints game, he hurt his calf with nobody around him at all. You somehow think that earns him a reprieve? In my mind, it makes his startability even more questionable.