Defenses can always depend on the physique



It’s possible the Seahawks’ defense turned a corner in Monday’s 13-10 loss to the New Orleans Saints, but it was actually a game from a Saints player who jumped on Dave Wyman. .

What does Russell Wilson think of as he watches the Seahawks struggle?

New Orleans linebacker Demario Davis was the star on the defensive side of the ball in the Saints victory, and it certainly caught the attention of Wyman, a former NFL linebacker himself. So, in this week’s edition of Wyman’s Football 101, he takes a close look at a save Davis made during a rushed attempt by Seahawks running back Alex Collins.

As Wyman explains, a defense needs something to hold onto, and even when a team is struggling, that something can boil down to just a physical aspect. That’s what Wyman saw from Davis, as well as in another play he explains that he recently met Tampa Bay linebacker Lavonte David in a previous game against the Saints.

That point of a defense having something to cling to was also a big talking point on Tuesday afternoon on 710 ESPN Seattle’s Wyman and Bob when they were joined by the Super Bowl winner and current football analyst. from FOX Sports, Mark Schlereth. Listen to Schlereth’s interview in the podcast at this link or in the player below.

For more video breakdowns of this Seahawks’ season, click one of the links here:

• Dave Wyman’s Football 101
• Jake Heaps Chalk Talk


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