It's easy to complain about officiating, but this was a clear case of refs giving the game to Pittsburgh.
What made the official who was about to spot the ball at the half-yard line suddenly change his mind and call touchdown? And why was it not reversed on review?
And where was the holding call that stole Seattle's first-and-goal at the 1?
And why in the name of Christ was Hasselbeck given a 15-yard penalty for a low block when he was tackling the guy who intercepted his pass?
And if there hadn't been such a clear and obvious camera angle on the play, would they have let the ruling on the Hasselbeck "fumble" stand? That was a screw job narrowly averted.
And I'm not even talking about the weak-ass offensive pass interference negating Seattle's first touchdown. That was weak, but it was arguable that the tiny push gave him the room he needed to make the catch. Still, a very sorry performance.