Tate gets his third in style
Marshawn Lynch goes out into the flat and a cornerback who had snuck into the box and was showing blitz came with him, giving Wilson more time to throw.
Sidney Rice runs a fade into the corner of the endzone, and brings both his man and the safety with him. The safety doesn’t fully commit but hesitates just a second, enough to be not involved in the play anymore.
Braylon Edwards runs a post before being shoved out the back of the endzone by his defender at which point the ball was in the air anyway.
Golden Tate runs a slant and actually gets jabbed by Rice’s defender which slows his route down before he gets picked up by Captain Munnerlyn and Thomas Davis.
Davis goes for the hit of the night (and a fine from the fun loving commissioner) instead of safely wrapping up Golden Tate.
Tate spins off of the Davis hit before bouncing off a collision with safety Sherrod Martin into the endzone for the score.
The Seattle Seahawks redzone offense has been anything but exciting this season, which is surprising with taller guys like Rice and Edwards as well as a guy like Golden Tate who will go and get it.
Hopefully this touchdown is the start of an offense that can finish inside the 20.
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