VIDEO: Jermaine Kearse chops up the competition


This week we’re higlighting (all the puns intended) the best plays of the Seattle Seahawks over the last season. Yesterday to celebrate the return of Sidney Rice we brought you his best plays of 2012, and earlier this week we also showed the best of Marshawn LynchRichard Sherman, and Percy Harvin.

Today we’ll be watching one of the less heralded players on the Seahawks roster, wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, better known as Chop Chop. Here he is using that size and athleticism to move the chains as only he can:

The first touchdown you see was Seattle’s first score of the 2013 season. At the 2:50 mark you can see him score the most significant touchdown of the year in the 4th quarter of the NFC Championship game.

Kearse finished the year with 22 catches, 346 yards and four touchdowns. He will likely compete for the number three receiver spot with Rice in 2014.

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