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Brian Billick on a vulnerability in the Atlanta defense.
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What coach speak but -- by Pete's not make a great let's talk about a game and I was fortunate to do for fox with the Seattle Seahawks took on the Atlanta Falcons and what that means going forward for the Falcons defense as they face. The San Francisco 49ers. Where Seattle really began to get some traction and bring them back into the game. Was in this intermediate level. Of that ten to twenty yards down the field. After a play action -- what. Atlanta was doing in attempting to keep Russell Wilson in the pocket was to build a -- -- allow him to run whether the speed option. -- one way or the other and getting outside to where these linebackers. We're stepping up. The safety had to do what we've seen all week long don't let anybody get behind you one good thing that Atlanta did do is not let Seattle come up with a huge. 5060 yard gain down the field. But what that meant when Nate I'm talking about Seattle took -- Zach Miller and worked him in the intermediate area. -- brought the wide receiver in the intermediate area salt linebackers step up. Safety -- they received huge open areas that they were able to throw the ball. -- big games down the field. It's -- lesser of a couple people yeah evils and you've got to look at Atlanta and say well they did win the game two ways they didn't give up the big play down the field. Andy for the most part contain the running game with Marshawn Lynch and with Russell Wilson. This was a vulnerability and obviously Seattle could do it enough to win the game.