Just finished watching the cardinals game again. Was focusing on the right side of the line. The biggest problem I saw is the hand offs for stunts. Sweezy handed of a DT to no one and chased after a guy being pushed into the ground.
Most of the pressure on passing plays were from TE or a man unaccounted for, LB's and safety comming off the edge. Sweezy was straight burned once and screwed up his assignment another time allowing a defender to come in untouched. He gave up some interior pressure twice.
Bowie had two bad plays on protection, both lead to sacks. One was a fumble he recovered where he got just flat beat with speed from Abraham and the other was a good spin move. Other than that he did really well pass protecting.
Dockette did a good job of avoiding the cut block all game. Bowie for the most part cut well, he had one slow looking cut, and one where he hesitated because Sweezy was engaged and pulling the tackle as he was going out to the second level.
On other running plays they blew up the D-line, They did a great job of re-establishing the line of scrimmage a yard down field. The OLB gave Bowie a trouble when he was running away toward the sideline. He did well when he was sealing the edge.
The cardinals did a good job bringing the olb on the roll outs forcing the early throw.
Side note on the TD to Davis on 3rd and goal, Wilson missed him mighty early in the read, It looked like he was looking for a screen to left.
Edited: Just saw Fieldgulls have some good gifs up to see the line play. http://www.fieldgulls.com/football-breakdowns/2013/10/23/4865312/seahawks-russell-wilson-marshawn-lynch-golden-tate