Seattle Seahawks: How Pete Carroll Succeeds in Seattle

Posted: 8th January 2010 by Sam Woods in NFL
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In one day, I've gone from excited and optimistic, to extremely disappointed, and back to optimistic. I was excited when Jim Mora was relieved of his duties as head coach, as many you know of my criticism of his coaching abilities. Then, when I heard of his "all over but the crime" replacement, Pete Carroll, I was disappointed. I knew of his past coaching stints with the Jets and Patriots among others, and I wasn't pleased. I also thought about his style, and how it would work outside the college game. I mean, his spirit and attitude are one of USC college attendee; he's a 21-year-old in a 58-year-old's body. I hit rock bottom when I heard this quote on SportsCenter earlier this afternoon: ôQuarterback that can take him to the SB right away in Hasselbeck.ö (Shudder) Let's just disregard ...

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