The Bills are playing the Seahawks in Toronto on Sunday. No one from Toronto to Syracuse really cares. The season is done. Meaningless football is a seasonal occurance just like leaves changing colors and snow hitting the ground. However, I still like doing Q&As with other bloggers who happen to cover a team that doesn't suck. So this week, we have Matthew over at Seattle Addicts to talk shop about the Seahawks. Be sure to check out my Q&A with them about the Bills. Enjoy and tell a friend.
1) If you were the opposing offensive and defensive coordinator, how would you attack the Seahawks?
The Seahawks' defense has been relatively strong across the board, but the linebackers have had trouble defending shallow and mid-level routes across the middle, especially when they play zone coverage. Consequently, many of the longer pass completions they've allowed this season have been on variants of old standbys like flanker drive, hi-lo crossers, etc.