“A team like Seattle, who basically played a style that would risk a holding penalty as opposed to not having an aggressive defender back there,” said Jones, whose son, Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones is on the competition committee. “That got a lot of complaints, and you’re seeing it [called] during the preseason.”
Seattle had the NFL’s best pass defense in 2013, limiting opponents to 172 yards through the air per game. Seahawks All-Pro corner Richard Sherman led the league with eight interceptions as Seattle finished with an NFL-best 28 takeaways through the air.
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