Pete Carroll debunked today’s rumor that he might return to USC: “That’s not happening. We’re in good shape here.”
Carroll talked about the defensive breakdown vs. Carolina and losing again despite winning the turnover battle.
Carroll also said, “We should be 6-0 and we should be rolling right now.’’
The coaches are the culprits in these collapses.
The Seahawks have gotten good pressure on quarterbacks the past two games.
Meanwhile, they are the worst red-zone offense in the NFL.
The Seahawks will reinstate Derrick Coleman, although it might not be this week.
49ers coach Jim Tomsula is satisfied with the condition of Levi’s Stadium turf.
“This league drives you to 8-8.” — Seahawks general manager John Schneider.
John Schneider has said it more than once: The NFL is built for parity and staying on top is a tough task.
Well, at a stunning 2-4, the Seahawks have a long way to go just to get to .500, and their playoff chances, based on history, do not look good. Since 1990, just 14 of 168 teams to start 2-4 have reached the playoffs (per NFL Stats). That’s an 8.3% chance.
But, the Seahawks are a team that has been made for rallies, and Pete Carroll and the players are optimistic they will figure out how to close out opponents and get it going. Plus, the NFC West is still very much within reach.
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