Updated Dec 19, 2012 - 9:49 am
Chalk Talk: Seahawks fool Bills with trick play
There was nothing controversial about the first trick play the Seahawks executed during Sunday's 50-17 win over Buffalo.
Leading 14-7 early in the second quarter, Marshawn Lynch took a pitch and threw the ball back to Russell Wilson, who then hit Golden Tate deep down the left side of the field. The play gained 44 yards and set up a field goal.
Brock Huard breaks down this play in the latest "Chalk Talk" video.
Note: You can watch the play here.
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