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Wyman: Cover-2-man and the Kam Chancellor intimidation factor

Former Seahawk Golden Tate was responsible for the first of four Detroit drops in Saturday’s wild-card game, letting a third-and-7 slant pass on the opening possession bounce off his hands. Dave Wyman breaks the play down in the video above. He details the coverage Seattle was in – 2-man – and shows how strong Kam Chancellor may have affected Tate with his positioning before the snap.

Here are Wyman’s earlier videos:

How Bobby Wagner, Seahawks stuffed Rams on fourth down
Why K.J. Wright is the Seahawks’ ‘screen master’
Breaking down one play from K.J. Wright’s best game
Cover three the intimidation factor of Earl Thomas
Leverage, spill and how the Seahawks lost contain vs. New England

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Brady Henderson

Brady Henderson is the editor in chief of and also assists in the website's Seahawks coverage. Brady joined in 2010 after covering high school sports for The Seattle Times. A Seattle native, he attended O'Dea High School and has a degree in journalism from Western Washington University. Follow Brady: @BradyHenderson


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