• Seahawks are believers in play-action passing game

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Dec 20, 2013
    And these days, no team in the NFL is a bigger believer in the power of the play-action pass than the Seahawks. It’s the second straight year Wilson has led all quarterbacks in the NFL in percentage of passes that are play-action, something that is no accident. Dawson did as instructed, to immediate and great success, and in the process one of the staples of American football at all levels was born: the play-action pass . Also in our paper today is our Seahawks’ notebook, leading off with Brandon Browner filing another appeal, and our weekly Stat Geek feature breaking down some of Marshawn Lynch’s recent numbers. The Seahawks have announced fan activities for Sunday’s game; Seahawks.com on Russell Wilson’s quest for consistency; Here’s ESPN’s Double Coverage preview of the game; SI.com calls Seahawks-Cardinals one of the must-attend games of the weekend; Arizona WR Larry Fitzgerald says he plans to play; More on Arizona’s injury situation from the team’s official web site; A couple of injuries, including to the Honey Badger, will test the depth of Arizona’s secondary; The Arizona Republic says the Seahawks want to “seize the moment” against the Cardinals; Arizona’s Darnell Dockett says the team will remember having lost 58-0 in Seattle a year ago; CBSSports.com draft expert Rob Rang says the talent in the 2014 NFL Draft could be a lot better than it was in 2013; Winter wonderland outside . As the projector whirred, a thought crossed Stram’s mind what would happen if his quarterback, Len Dawson, faked the hando
    • Friday links: The art of the play-action pass, and more

      We’ll start the links with my story today examining Seattle’s use of the play-action pass. The story also includes a chart breaking down how much Seattle uses play-action — roughly 34 percent of all dropbacks, highest in the NFL. Also in our paper today…

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