Wyman’s Football 101: A tale of 2 screen plays for Seahawks’ defense
There were two notable screen plays that the Seahawks had to defend in their win last Thursday over the Arizona Cardinals.
The first of the two plays opened the second quarter and resulted in six points for Arizona, tight end Jermaine Gresham scoring on a 14-yard play.
On the other, it was the Seahawks who scored, Kam Chancellor putting down running back Adrian Peterson in the end zone for a safety.
In Dave Wyman’s latest Football 101 video, he breaks down why the Seahawks were susceptible on the first screen and how their execution proved to be much more successful on the second one.