Found November 28, 2011 on Seahawks Blog:
"T-Jack is doing everything he can. We need to look at the film, see how he played and the decisions and things like that, but I know he's trying his tail off to get it done."      -- Pete Carroll after Sunday's gameTarvaris Jackson isn't healthy.That's obvious at this point, his pectoral muscle injured to the point that he wasn't able to throw on consecutive days for a month and a half.But is he too hurt to keep playing?It's a question the Seahawks have to at least consider given the diminishing returns from Jackson since his return and the reality that Seattle is playing on Thursday. That's the day Jackson has been able to start practicing the past couple of weeks.When Seattle begins practicing Tuesday in preparation for Philadelphia, it's not just a question of how to divide the workload between between backup Charlie Whitehurst and Jackson, but whether Seattle's starting quarterback can in fact be ready.This week, Jackson threw for 1...

Win Slips Away From Seahawks

Despite holding onto a 17-7 lead in the 4th Quarter, the Seattle Seahawks  gave up 16 unanswered points to the Redskins resulting in a 23-17 loss. Fantasy Spin: Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson passed for 144 yards, two Touchdowns, and one Interception. Jackson connected with Running Back Marshawn Lynch and Wide Receiver Golden Tate in the end-zone. Lynch had another good day rushing...

Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson no match for late-game pressure

These are the moments that define an NFL quarterback. Late game. Down a score. The stadium jittery with nervous anticipation. All of the great...

5 Reasons The Seahawks Embarrassed themselves against the Redskins

With the loss the Seattle Seahawks all but put a fork in their 2011 NFL playoff aspirations. Marshawn Lynch extended his streak of consecutive games with a touchdown to seven and had another 100 yard game. But on Sunday he was the only bright spot. The Seahawks and Tarvaris Jackson let this one slip away vs. Washington Redskins.

Redskins Top Seahawks: 23-17

These are the must frustrating types of games. I’ve had to wait several hours since the game ended in order to be able to write up a semi-coherent game summary. The Seahawks lost a game to an inferior team, and blew a 10 point 4th quarter lead in doing so. In my mind, this game, and not the Cleveland game, is the worst loss of the year. I really hope it can’t get any worse...

MMQB: Seattle Seahawks play doormat, let Redskins win

Brandon Choate breaks down the week 12 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins in his Seahawks Monday morning quarterback. Tarvaris Jackson played hurt while Marshawn Lynch and Red Bryant did their part in trying to get the win.

Penalties, penalties, more penalties continue to irk Pete Carroll

There isn’t much left for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll to do but to start pulling players out of the game who commit too many avoidable penalties. Carroll’s frustration with his team’s penalty woes was at a season-high after Sunday’s 23-17 loss to the Redskins. Seattle committed nine penalties in the game — right around their season average — for 91 yards, and once more...

Morning links: A history of yellow flags

My story today focuses Seattle head coach Pete Carroll’s issues with yellow flags starting back in his days at USC. The Trojans led the Pac-10 in penalties two of his last three years at USC. USC led the Pac-10 in penalties in 2007 and 2008, with an average of eight a game. From 2004 to 2009, Carroll-led teams were the fourth-most penalized team in the Pacific-10 Conference, averaging...

What happened with Seahawks-Redskins coin toss skirmish?

If he knew what caused it, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll certainly wasn’t saying. But for whatever reason, Michael Robinson and DeAngelo Hall were at the center of a minor skirmish preceding the coin toss prior to Washington’s 23-17 win over the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. “It came from them. I don’t know why they were doing that,” Carroll said. “You have to...

Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks Blog: Love’ Em & Hate’ Em

Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Washington Redskins vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 12 matchup. A 23-17 Redskins win. Things Brett hates. Pete Carroll and his clock management, Tarvaris Jackson and his play, Trent Williams and his head butt on Leon Washington.

Pete Carroll ‘not surprised’ by Cable head coaching rumors

It’s that time of year again, when colleges start firing their football coaches and folks begin wondering aloud who’s going to replace all of them. Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable has already come up in discussions about a Pac-12 head coaching job. Steve Corkran, who covers the Oakland Raiders for the Contra Costa Times, tweeted that Cable’s name is being “bandied...
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