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Brock Huard’s Chalk Talk: Tyler Lockett’s TD catch in Seahawks’ win over Lions

The Seahawks’ offense was working exactly like it should in last Sunday’s 28-14 win over the Detroit Lions. Especially on Tyler Lockett’s touchdown catch in the second quarter from quarterback Russell Wilson.

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Wilson connected with Lockett on a 24-yard strike with 14:15 to go in the first half, giving Lockett his sixth touchdown in seven games this year. And the score came out of a formation that is a new wrinkle for Seattle’s offense.

In the attached video, former NFL quarterback Brock Huard breaks down how the right combination of player, formation and play led to the first of three touchdowns thrown by Wilson in Detroit.

For more video breakdowns from 710 ESPN Seattle’s stable of former NFL players, click any of the links below.

Bye week

Heaps: The state of the Seahawks’ offense after 6 games

Week 6

Huard: Seahawks’ 1st opening-drive TD in over 2 years
Heaps: What Seahawks’ Doug Baldwin proved in London

Week 5

Wyman: Using Frank Clark’s stop to show how to defend fly sweep
Huard: How Seahawks’ Lockett got so open for 39-yard TD
Heaps: Seahawks take advantage of weakness in Rams’ secondary

Week 4

Heaps: Why play-action pass is major key for Seahawks
Wyman: CB Tre Flowers has been one of the Seahawks’ surprises

Week 3

Wyman: Why Bradley McDougald is Seahawks’ best player right now
Huard: Tempo leads to Seahawks’ 1st TD vs Cowboys
Heaps: Seahawks’ offense won a crucial chess match

Week 2

Wyman: How Shaquill Griffin, Mingo stepped up for Seahawks’ D
Heaps: How Russell Wilson improvised TD pass to Tyler Lockett

Week 1

Wyman: Where was Seahawks’ breakdown on Sanders’ 43-yard TD?