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ST. LOUIS Pete Carroll, the moneybag in his hand, addressed the striped mammoth in the room first.
"No, no," the Seattle Seahawks coach said Wednesday, when asked if he would give back a controversial victory over the Green Bay Packers in Week 3. "We're fortunate we got a win under extreme circumstances, and we feel very fortunate that we got that done."
But the mushroom cloud that rose after a red-faced officiating blunder what's the hardest part about moving past that?
"That you drag it," Carroll continued, speaking to St. Louis media via teleconference. "You drag the conversation and you drag your focus into the next week. We've had a big approach to all of that that we've worked on so that you don't just try to pull it out when the time comes."
There's always a sunrise after the circus. On Monday, Carroll fist-pumped into the night after claiming a 14-12 "victory." Meanwhile, Packers guard T.J. La...
BEST OF MAXIM
As the saying goes, those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Against the Green Bay Packers on Monday night, the Seattle Seahawks must have felt like stars of the Twilight Zone. The Master of Suspense, Sir Alfred Hitchcock himself could not have crafted a suspenseful thriller such as the one that saw Aaron Rodgers and the Pack fall to rookie QB Russell Wilson...
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll commented on his team’s controversial win Monday night. In Carroll’s book a win is a win, even if everyone else is the country is screaming otherwise. You have to love that he answers with a straight face, and he actually may believe the stuff he is spinning. Anyways, Carroll has the win against the Packers and he’s not going to let anybody...
Pete Carroll says he doesn't care about sentiments that the Seattle Seahawks' win over the Green Bay Packers is a tainted victory because of a disputed call on the final play of the game.
During his weekly radio appearance Tuesday morning on KIRO-AM in Seattle, Carroll said he understands why there is so much outrage about the call that awarded Golden Tate a 24-yard touchdown...
The Seattle Seahawks won Monday night's game against the Packers due to the fans. Suck on that Wisconsin.
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Coach Pete Carroll expresses his gratitude to the 12th Man for their support during the Seahawks' 14-12 win on Monday Night Football on Sept. 24.
"The 12th man was frickin awesome!"
What have we NFL fans learned over the past 72 hours? We’ve learned that once Golden Tate touches something, he owns it. (Word to Sean Lee.) We’ve learned that T.J. Lang ain’t never scared. We’ve learned, again, that Pete Carroll is indeed Mr. Brightside. We’ve learned that corporations are in fact people, and the NFL is a cold-blooded pimp. [...]
(Eds: Adds details, quotes. With AP Photos.) Eight sacks in a single half may even be more than Pete Carroll envisioned for his young, explosive defense.
But Monday night's dominating performance against the high-octane Green Bay Packers offense showed the Seattle Seahawks defense may be among the league's best.
Seattle's secondary was already thought to be one of the...
Proving the doubters wrong, one sack at a time
When Pete Carroll took over as the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks the mantra painted on the wall was “Always Compete.” With that competing philosophy in place, it has opened the doors for the young guys to leap up the depth charts during the offseason.
Last season we witnessed the arrival of undrafted free agent Doug Baldwin...
Golden Tate, Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks stole one from the Green Bay Packers. There is no disputing that, anyway you try to cut it. Seattle fans are not ignorant. They understand their team won when it shouldn’t have. But they don’t care. A win is a win. And for a city that has been on the receiving end of controversy so many times in the past decade it...
Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Josh Sitton is more upset with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and wide receiver Golden Tate, than the replacement officials.
Sitton appeared on the Jim Rome Show, via Deadspin.
“Calling it a good call, and Golden Tate saying he caught it and there was no push in the back, I mean, be a man. [...] Admit that it was a bullcrap call, stand...