Boys-Seahawks: What to watch
Seattle's secondary will be tested
|Dallas at Seattle|
|When: 4:05 PM ET|
After watching film of both teams, Scouts Inc. breaks down key elements of the Week 2 Cowboys-Seahawks matchup.
• Seattle must be physical on perimeter: Seattle's starting cornerbacks are perhaps the largest pair of starting corners the NFL has ever seen. At 6-foot-3, both Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner can disrupt receivers on their release and make it difficult for them to get into their routes. Once the Cowboys' receivers get into space, Sherman and Browner could struggle to blanket these guys, as they can't match their speed and explosive quickness. Look for a lot of press coverage with Sherman and Browner doing everything possible to throw off the timing between Dallas quarterback Tony Romo and his receivers.
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