Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll did not blame his team’s most recent loss on a blatantly missed intervention call by officials during Tuesday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
The Seattle Seahawks Football Team may have lost a game it couldn’t afford to drop on Tuesday night, but head coach Pete Carroll won’t blame the referees for missing a blatant interference call.
The game in question saw the Seahawks run again DeeJay Dallas clearly interfered in an important part of the game. Seattle fell 17-10 to Los Angeles Rams the end of the fourth quarter. On days 4 and 6, Russell Wilson tries to find Dallas to move the sticks. Sadly, the only flag thrown was a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct on Dallas after the fact.
Seattle will lose the game 20-10 to fall miserably 5-9 during the season. Although it may be a bad job for the bureaucrats, Carroll “[is] no stomachache about that call”.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll ‘didn’t hurt about that call’
Look. Seattle is not a good team right now. The Seahawks are clearly the worst team in the NFC West by country mile. The Rams and Arizona Cardinals have 10 wins, and the San Francisco 49ers are on a pretty steady 8-6 scoreline with three games left. All three will qualify for the NFC knockout round. Meanwhile, big changes could come to the Pacific Northwest in 2022.
Honestly, this team is in dire need of a reboot. This could be Carroll’s last season on top of the tallest perch in Seattle. Meanwhile, the franchise’s full-back Russell Wilson may be looking for a new franchise to play with. That’s a great feat over the course of a decade, but the Seahawks are clearly one of the five worst teams in NFC. It was a surprise when they found themselves there.
Seattle went up to a team that had already conceded a goal with COVID and was able to pick up just 10 fouls in a week-long stretch. Therein lies the problem for this truly terrible team.
https://fansided.com/2021/12/22/pete-carroll-seahawks-rams-bad-call-response/ Pete Carroll Won’t Blame Seahawks Failure on Bad Calls