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How Seahawks' 'D' has evolved into something almost as formidable as the 2013 version

The route is called a "stutter comeback," and Richard Sherman admits defending it has been one of his few weaknesses. So Thursday night, when the Seahawks sat in a three-deep zone and Sherman read the play perfectly and intercepted his first of two Colin Kaepernick passes, he understood the significance. The play depicted evolution, for Sherman and the entire Seahawks defense. For all the conversation this season about opponents figuring out the Seahawks, Seattle isn't some static defensive entity hoping to get by on deception. The Seahawks are a straightforward, hard-nosed football team that goes after offenses in a similar manner every game. In order to thrive that way, they must be ...

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