This week’s Chalk Talk play is perhaps Brock Huard’s favorite Seahawks play he has ever broke down. And why is that?
“A really good plan came together in one of the biggest moments of the game,” Huard said.
The play was a 48-yard pass from Russell Wilson to Doug Baldwin, who came just a yard short of a touchdown after creating an open opportunity downfield for himself against the Philadelphia Eagles. The play set up an eventual 1-yard touchdown pass from Wilson to Tyler Lockett, giving the Seahawks an important two-score lead in the third quarter of a game against the team with the best record in the NFL.
In the video above, Huard explains how the biggest play of the Seahawks’ biggest win of the season came together.