The Huddle: Thus far, Sockeye has had a handful of throws overthrown to cutters going deep. Is this due to misfires? Wind? Poor decision-making? And, it's interesting to watch Josh Ackley set up his goal. He waits and let's the space open up and come to him.
Andrew Fleming: Neither team is showing consistency in working the disc steadily upfield, and Bravo's deep game is winning out. Sockeye's throwers are choosing their targets well, but the wind leaves little margin for error and precise throws are hard to come by, either upwind or down.
Mike Whitaker: Many of Sockeye's huck turnovers have come throwing to receivers in the same third of the field. In particular, this huck is thrown up the line to a cutter in the same third with a stiff cross wind blowing to the far sideline. This is a very difficult type of huck to throw well. What Richter does very well in the end zone for the score is to cut as soon as his defender turns his head.