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RENTON Tre Flowers Color Rush Jersey , Wash. (AP) — Pete Carroll insisted through the
offseason the Seattle Seahawks would return to their roots of being based around
a solid run game.They’ll need to be that way at least in the short term, with
wide receiver Doug Baldwin likely out the next couple of games because of an MCL
injury in his right knee suffered in the season-opening loss to Denver.Carroll
was evasive about an exact timeline on Baldwin and vague about the specifics of
the injury. He said it would be “maybe a couple of weeks” for Baldwin, but would
only say it would be difficult for Baldwin to be able to play next Monday
against Chicago. As for the injury itself, Carroll said “he does have MCL
issues,” but provided no other details.No matter how long Baldwin is out, it’s
bad news for Seattle’s offense, which showed flashes in the opener against
Denver but had too much inconsistency, especially on third downs.“He’ll be able
to get back from this. He’ll come back from it. It just depends. We’ve got to
see it through,” Carroll said. “It’s really early in the year and we have to
take care of him and look after him first and foremost and then we’ll only do
what he is capable of doing.”Baldwin was injured in the first quarter of
Sunday’s 27-24 loss to Denver. He was rolled up on from behind and left the
game, only to return for a brief stint in the second quarter. Baldwin changed
out of his uniform into sweats and watched the second half from the Seattle
sideline. He played just 11 of 55 offensive snaps.To add depth at wide receiver,
Seattle moved Keenan Reynolds from the practice squad to the active roster and
released safety Shalom Luani, who was acquired in a trade with Oakland at the
end of training camp.While the absence of Baldwin will put more attention on
veteran Brandon Marshall and Tyler Lockett, the biggest boost to Seattle’s
offense would be getting its run game going. Seattle had 16 total rushing
attempts against the Broncos, 14 of those by running backs. Chris Carson and
Rashaad Penny each had seven carries, although Carson was far more productive
and appears to have earned the nod as the primary ball carrier.Carson finished
with 51 yards on his seven carries, along with three receptions. Carroll said
Penny is still regaining his form after missing the final couple weeks of the
preseason following hand surgery.“Chris was really good and really aggressive
with the plays that he had,” Carroll said. “Rashaad looked a little rusty to me
and I visited with him about it. He had only one really good week of practice
coming back and it wasn’t enough. He needs more work. He wasn’t as responsive as
he was before he had to sit out a little while.”The reasons for Seattle’s lack
of a run game were plenty, including penalties and down-and-distance situations.
But the biggest culprit was Seattle’s inability to extend drives. Seattle was
just 2 of 12 on third downs and had no conversions in the first half, when it
ran a mere 24 offensive plays.Seattle’s first third-down conversion didn’t come
until midway through the third quarter, when Russell Wilson hit Marshall on a
20-yard touchdown on third-and-7. Carroll was most irritated about Seattle
missing on several third downs of five yards or less.“Every one of them should
have been conversions. That changes the complexion of everything about the
game,” Carroll said.NOTES: Carroll said there were no other injuries of
significance coming out of the game. … Rookie LB Shaquem Griffin had a rough
debut with a few mistakes, Carroll said. Griffin had two tackles and saw Austin
Calitro take some of his playing time. “He had some problems on some stuff,”
Carroll said. “He got fooled on a couple of things, but he played hard, played
tough.” I wrote earlier this season that Bradley McDougald was having an All-Pro
year. It’s certainly at a Pro-Bowl level; though winning that popularity contest
for the underrated talent will prove tough. McDougald was incredible versus the
Carolina Panthers, continuing his incredible year. In fact, I can only recall
two bad McDougald plays this season. Both were tricky situations.Facing the
Packers, McDougald lost at the line of scrimmage to Robert Tonyan yet managed to
stay in phase with the tight end for an eternity downfield. Aaron Rodgers made a
play that just a select few can, rolling right and lobbing a precise 54-yard
deep ball right to his receiver for the touchdown.The other negative play came
in Carolina from a brutally difficult assignment on Christian McCaffrey’s option
route. Deep safety Tedric Thompson’s lunging tackle
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, not showing a good short stride or aiming point, made
this play far worse:But back to the subject of this article: McDougald was
incredible last Sunday other than being beat by the quickness of McCaffrey on
one occasion. He brought his man down in space, doing just enough to contain him
on a day where the offensive star exploded in a career-high supernova.Evoking
Kam ChancellorSeattle’s new safety tandem gets compared to the hall of fame duet
Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas performed. That’s unfair on so many levels, but
inevitable given the recent memories of that pair’s greatness. Yet McDougald
managed to evoke Chancellor at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers had the
ball on the Seahawks’ 3-yard line and faced a 3rd and 1. Having failed in going
for it on their first drive in a fourth down near the goalline, the scores are
still tied at 0-0. Seattle’s defense this season has been excellent in third and
short, ranking second in the league in conversions given up:Carolina’s jumbo
formation saw the Seahawks respond with a goalline defense that had safeties
Delano Hill and McDougald as the force defenders. The Panthers motioned their
tight end away from the play, attempting to cause alignment issues, then ran an
outside zone to the weakside. Nazair Jones, aligned at 3-technique, was the
initial wrecker on this play. Responsible for what looked like the playside b
gap, he squeezed inside through the playside a gap right into the backfield.
Bobby Wagner, the run-through player at middle linebacker, took the b gap
responsibility. It’s part of Seattle’s spill and then force philosophy. This has
defensive linemen stepping inside to spill and play through their linemen, then
linebackers flowing over the top of blocks to turnback the runner. The initial
penetration would have caused McCaffrey to bounce the ball further
outside.However, the exceptional play of McDougald prevented any bouncing.
Taking on the fold block of right tackle Taylor Moton, McDougald does something
never thought possible after the days of Chancellor. Getting lower than the
offensive lineman, McDougald exploded upwards with a block destruct shoulder
strike that propelled the 6-5, 325lb blocker backwards into McCaffrey.
(McDougald is 6ft 1, 215lb!) Simultaneously, McDougald managed to stay in great
outside-in leverage. The Seahawks talk about their safeties in this alignment
against stretch plays “earholing” their man and being the “pure edge setter”.
This was exactly that from McDougald, though instead of having to take on a
fullback he rocked a tackle. As Jones contacted McCaffrey’s ankle, McCaffrey’s
point of attack got smacked back into him and the runner was dropped for a loss.
Carolina was forced to settle for a field goal on this occasion; Seattle’s
defense showed why it is so tricky to convert 3rd and short against.“Everything
I know is a lie” Cam Newton (possibly)If you play the latest Madden video game,
under cover 3 beaters it’ll probably list “four verts” as a “cover 3-beater”. I
wouldn’t know, because I despise how the next-gen Madden games play after they
were wrecked by exclusive rights, the frostbite engine and an ultimate team
focus—but that’s another article for a different day. (It doesn’t help that I
now suck at video games but please don’t tell anyone else that)The point is,
running four vertical routes is a standard cover 3 beater. That’s football 101.
It’s why Nick Saban devised his rip-liz matching, which essentially turns into a
four-deep coverage when faced with the route combination. It’s what made
McDougald’s play on the ball so impressive initially.Carolina struggled
massively inside the Seahawks’ redzone; they had 7 trips inside the 20 and came
away with only 23 points. Following a highly questionable defensive pass
interference call on Tre Flowers, Newton saw a clear single-high safety and
decided to attack.The coverage that looked like a blatantly bland cover 3 wasn’t
quite that. As Thompson cheated his deep middle third shell over to the boundary
seam route, Newton’s excitement must have grown as he executed the run fake to
McCaffrey. His other seam was bound to be
open ,
right?Wrong. Thompson’s shading of roughly 60/40 to Greg Olsen’s seam was by
design of a matching coverage Pete Carroll runs out of his over front (called
Boston). In this coverage, Thompson’s deep middle third shell has a seam alert,
meaning he’s assigned Olsen’s route primarily. Dropping back in his “soft sky”
hook zone, McDougald quickly diagnosed Newton’s downfield intentions and carried
the seam route from tight end Chris Manhertz deep. Not dissimilar to rip-liz
itself, it’s Carroll’s soft version. For that reason, it’s a common call against
2x2 receiver alignments as it takes away four verts—even with a
play-fake.Seattle Seahawks Over Zone Y (Boston)Found on Zach S. Dunn’s
twitterHere’s how it looked on McDougald’s pick:Newton released what he thought
was sure to be a touchdown, expecting McDougald to stop in a buzz/hook-curl
zone. Instead, McDougald continued and attacked the football. He leapt, raising
his near arm to high-point the pass. After softly cushioning the weight of his
own deflection, McDougald then secured the ball with a two-handed clasp. What a
staggering turnover! It was Seattle’s first in four games, coming at a crucial
time with the Seahawks only down by 3. Having flashed his skills playing the
run, McDougald showcased his ability covering the pass. He continues to provide
valuable versatility. The Wave TechniqueIt was hard not to notice McDougald’s
frantic waving and jumping on that lovely, fantastic, brilliant Graham Gano
52-yard miss. Sure, it’s amusing to jokingly overstate the potential impact of
the wave. BUT, it may have affected Gano. It’s fun to think this whatever the
case:Pro-Bowl, at LeastI mentioned in the introduction that the Pro-Bowl is
largely a popularity contest. For this reason, McDougald will likely miss out on
an honor he thoroughly deserves. His best bet to gain the attention of voters is
to keep intercepting the football. McDougald has three picks; the leader amongst
safeties is Damonte Kazee with six; D.J. Swearinger, Shawn Williams and Eddie
Jackson have four each.Pro-Bowler or not, once more I’m left marvelling at the
fantastic business John Schneider did this past offseason. McDougald’s deal has
two years to run after 2017, where the cost against the cap is $4,733,333 and
$5,433,334 respectively. McDougald, at this level of play, has every right to be
asking for more money at the end of the season. Given Seattle’s leverage, they
can afford to stick firm and enjoy his value for another season at least. Thanks
to Beast Pode contributor and online friend @cmikesspinmove for more valuable
schematic conversations.

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