Seahawks run tackle-end stunt with Cassius Marsh & Frank Clark vs Dolphins

The Seattle Seahawks scored on a last minute touchdown throw by Russell Wilson to Doug Baldwin to edge ahead of the Miami Dolphins late in the game. To secure the victory, the Seahawks call tackle-end stunts to attack Ryan Tannehill and stop him from putting together a game-winning drive after Steven Hauschka’s PAT was blocked after the touchdown was scored.

In this video breakdown, I explain how Cassius Marsh and Frank Clark use the tackle-end stunt to sack Ryan Tannehill and secure the victory for the Seattle Seahawks.

The tackle end stunt is one of the best pass rushing stunts due to the potential for interior penetration and that’s exactly what happened here as Tannehill was flushed out of the pocket. While Cassius Marsh will get all the accolades, Frank Clark won the battle as the penetrator to create space for Marsh as the looping defensive end.

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<p>Sam founded NFL Breakdowns after working his way through the journalist farm system and is enjoying life in the big league. Growing up outside of Washington, D.C., Sam didn’t choose the Redskins, the Redskins chose him. Out of a love for the game and an insatiable curiosity to determine why his beloved team was underperforming, Sam turned to studying film in NFL Breakdowns.</p>