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The Seattle Seahawks executed an impressive flea-flicker play that resulted in 40-yard touchdown catch by Ricardo Lockette in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. 

By SI Wire
October 18, 2015

The Seattle Seahawks executed an impressive flea-flicker play that resulted in 40-yard touchdown catch by Ricardo Lockette in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers

In the third quarter, quarterback Russell Wilson pitched to running back Marshawn Lynch. Lynch then threw a backwards pass back to Wilson, who found Lockette in the end zone. 

Lockette used his height to jump over Panthers’ safety Kurt Coleman to secure the touchdown and give the Seahawks a 17–7 lead. 

It was Lockette’s first receiving touchdown of the season.

Entering Sunday’s game Seattle is 2–3 and sits third in the NFC West Division standings. 

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- Beth Maiman

 

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