Brock Huard’s Chalk Talk: Tyler Lockett’s 39-yard TD in Seahawks’ loss
Oct 9, 2018, 11:25 AM
Looking back at the Seahawks’ 33-31 loss to the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, one offensive play stands out above the rest for Seattle: Tyler Lockett’s 39-yard touchdown reception from Russell Wilson.
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At first glance, you might just say Wilson’s completion to Lockett was a simple play-action pass, and you’d be right. But there was a lot that went into making that play work, which 710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock Huard explains in this week’s Chalk Talk.
Huard talk to the whiteboard to show how a close attention to details – both before the snap and after it – allowed the Seahawks to take advantage of the Rams’ defense, fooling the Los Angeles defenders along the way.
For more play breakdowns from the Seahawks’ season, click any of the links below.
Jake Heaps’ Film Room: Why play-action pass is major key for Seahawks
Wyman: CB Tre Flowers has been one of the Seahawks’ surprises
Wyman: Why Bradley McDougald is Seahawks’ best player right now
Huard: Tempo leads to Seahawks’ 1st TD vs Cowboys
Jake Heaps’ Film Room: Seahawks’ offense won a crucial chess match
Wyman: How Shaquill Griffin, Mingo stepped up for Seahawks’ D
Heaps: How Russell Wilson improvised TD pass to Tyler Lockett
Wyman: Where was Seahawks’ breakdown on Sanders’ 43-yard TD?