Here are a few things you might have missed during the
On the sack that ended the Rams’ first drive, Seattle’s Frank Clark initially was blocked by guard
Not only was Rams receiver Michael Thomas more than five yards beyond safety Steven Terrell when he dropped a sure touchdown pass from Goff, but also Austin was behind the defense on the other side of the field.
On third and one on the Seattle seven,
On the fourth-down play that was first ruled a first down for the Rams before it was overturned,
Seattle had been picking on replacement Mike Jordan in the first half, and got its first score when the corner was drawn inside on a play-fake and couldn't get outside fast enough to stop tight end Luke Willson on a pass to the flat.
Robinson and Saffold split again, leaving a gaping hole for Wright to run through untouched and tackle Gurley for a four-yard loss.
Right tackle Rob Havenstein was beaten to the outside by
It’s a good thing
The Seahawks' rush assault con- tinued as they rushed four versus the Rams' five linemen, but it was still a jailbreak with Cassius Marsh getting to Goff first for a sack when he beat Robinson with an inside move. Seat- tle kept the heat on with stunts that perplexed the Rams' line all night.