"It's fun to get something different versus the regular run plays you've seen since pee-wee football," Seattle linebacker K.J. Wright said.
"The big thing is the pre-snap clues as far as anticipation in what is coming and just studying quarterbacks. A lot of quarterbacks are the same and a lot of combinations are the same, so whenever you see someone going out, you know something is coming in," Wright said. "So just little small stuff that I believe that we both have improved on and has shown up."