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Byline: Steve Kelley
SEATTLE _ Want something positive, something reassuring to take away from Saturday night's game with Minnesota? Want something that allays your worst fears and makes you feel all warm and happy going into the hope-filled regular season?
Remember the nine-play, 74-yard drive late in the first half, because it had all the ingredients of 2005.
The drive was textbook West Coast offense.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was on target. Tight end Marcus Pollard made tough catches in the middle of the field. And Shaun Alexander got the tough yards.
Remember that drive, because the Vikings had just turned a Hasselbeck interception into a touchdown. And the Seahawks answered right back, the way they did in their Super Bowl run two seasons ago. …