The Seattle Seahawks apologized today for doing absolutely nothing that would have helped them win Super Bowl XL four and a half years ago. "I've had a lot of sleepless night since then," said quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who completed just 53-percent of his passes in the game. "You want to perform your best on that stage and we didn't. At all." The champion Steelers scored on a touchdown run of 75 yards and a passing play of 43 yards, while Seattle's longest play was a 35-yard completion in desperation time. Bill Leavy, the official who called the game, says he appreciated the Seahawks speaking out. "There were a few debatable calls in the game," he said. "But I hope people now understand how hard it was for me to watch that game and officiate it, because the Seahawks really blew."