Found November 06, 2012 on Seahawk Addicts:
[Note: This article was supposed to go up late last week, but due to other concerns it had to go unfinished until now.  But while the subject matter is a bit past tense, if nothing else I figured it’d serve as a nice frame of reference when I take a look at the game tape for the Vikings game.] The Seahawks’ pass coverage against the Lions was ugly, and looking at it on the all-22 tape didn’t make it any prettier.  I’m hoping I don’t have to sit through another film session like that anytime soon, but here are the four main things I learned this time around: 1) Trufant was not bad in coverage. After the game, I mentioned in the comments that I thought Trufant was a big part of the Seahawks’ problem in coverage against the Lions.  As it turns out, I was wrong on that account, because the impression I got from the broadcast footage was not supported by what I saw on the coaches’ film.  Granted, there’s a big difference between saying his performance wasn’t bad and saying...
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