Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by SoupcanSam, Jan 3, 2019.
Enjoy the breakdown guys.
We need to stop Russell Wilson. If we expose him in the process, so be it.
Let me guess. Pressure him and don't let him escape the pocket.
Watched this earlier, they have their own issues at tackle, I say put RG over this dude and blow up on RW....
Let's see if you have done some homework!
Be more specific on how should we pressure him?
Lol I agree. As someone else said in the youtube comment section, the seahacks have their own Chaz Green!
I expect to see Jaylon Smith to be the “spy” assigned to Wilson all day. Seeing #54 in Wilson’s grill on several occasions will probably be a good sign for the ‘Boys.
Score TDs on offense.
DLaw is already on that side.
We’ve neutralized him before...
That's it. I remember someone had spoke about not actually trying to sack him but to have the D linemen almost keep a U shaped type fence around him. When he can't get outside the pocket he can't see over and through the trees in front of him well.
We win this game because our defensive line trounces RW.
Thanks for posting this. This made me feel a little more at ease. I don't know about you guys but I'm unusually anxious for this game. I know it's the playoffs and more intense but I am nervous and it's only Thursday. I really want to win. I mean that's obvious but more so than usual.
Well atleast the seahags have a Chaz green we can kick around. If our coaches can expose it!
I'm more nervous for us getting un our own way than the Seahawks. If we play our game they cant beat us simple as that.
Playcalling has to be good and make since, less mistakes by Dak and Co.
When Wilson opens his mouth, drop a hit of LSD in. He'll be trippin' in no time.
Keep him in the pocket and make him lineman block close to each other so he cant see through the line
Yeah its taking advantage of him being short but so what
Need to do many stunts as well.
Contain on the outside and collapse the middle of the line. Collins and Woods getting pressure up the middle and not giving Wilson room to step up.