NFL wideout: Former Ute Marquise Blair has gained most out of Seahawks camp

KSL Sports: Along with the pass rush – or lack thereof – on the Seahawks’ defense in 2019, another commonly concern regarding that side of the ball was why Seattle didn’t play more nickel defense despite the team’s struggle in the against the pass.

The Seahawks, when they did go with five defensive backs – which was roughly 30 percent of the time, far and away the least in the NFL – had players like Jamar Taylor and Akeem King man that spot until late in the year when rookie Ugo Amadi got the role. Seattle still opted to use three linebackers or “base defense” well over half of the time.







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