For Pete's Sake: 6 critical observations from Seattle Seahawks near win in Week 13

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What was that final play call?

Maybe it's not entirely fair to criticize offensive coordinator Shane Waldron for really just one poorly made play call, but since it was the most important one of the entire night, it seems like fair game at this point.

With the game on the line and the offense going for it on fourth and two at midfield, Waldron called the most predictable play that anyone watching could smell from a mile away: a run. The Dallas defense knew it immediately, allowing Micah Parsons to run right through the offensive line on a straight path to Geno Smith, forcing him to throw an incompletion and sealing the win for Dallas.

It was an absolutely heartbreaking way for the game to end since Waldron had otherwise seemingly redeemed himself for a much improved put-together game plan.

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