Tyler Lockett had the most prolific game of his career in the Sehawks’ win over the Rams, catching seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown as he supplanted Jermaine Kearse as the team’s No. 2 receiver.
That touchdown catch, a 57-yarder on the second play of the fourth quarter, is the subject of this week’s edition of Chalk Talk. Brock Huard breaks it down in the video above. He explains, among other things, how Russell Wilson helped Lockett get open and why the Rams’ coverage broke down.