Sure, Dick Sherman's pick deflating, but these were way way worse, In descending order:
3. JStew fumble. This was coming, I could see it after the first screen play where the chopped away the juggling catch into out of bounds. It was at a time where we were eating up the clock, and making Wilson's lobbing, lucky ass on the pine. It hurt, badly. That could have been at least a field goal.
2. Cotchery dropping the easy pass on the 3rd down of the first series. The opening drive should set a stern tone for the game, and making mistakes against a team as lucky as the Seahawks never ends well. Yes they are a good team, but I swear to god lucky as hell. That catch could have at least set us up for helping out my number one thing that hurt the most.
1. Brenton Bersins unconfident fielding of punts. We were consistently starting from our own 11 yard line, with a strong worry that the ball would be fumbled that close to the endzone at any minute. This really hurt how well we could move down the field, and how well our offense could get started.
In my personal opinion, had all three of these things had never happened, the outcome of the game could have been completely different or at least much closer.
IIRC, all three of these things may have happened in the first quarter, let alone half.
JStew fumble was not his fault entirely if you go back and watch the play, you would blame Bell. Bell let his man run right pass him and hit JStew as he got the ball.