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Walsh Miss A Heartbreaking Dagger

With 7 seconds left on the clock, the Seahawks send in kicker Blair Walsh to tie the game at 34 from 52-yards out. The kick was up, looked long enough, and just fell short. 757 more words

Seahawks

Head-scratching moves by Carroll, Schneider

Pete Carroll and John Schneider have made some head-scratching decisions this week.

First, Carroll made a string of admitted errors that helped his team lose at home to Atlanta on Monday. 450 more words

Pete Carroll

One Gut Punch After Another

Seattle, how you feeling this morning? I ask because last night’s game was just one gut punch after another. Already playing without Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor, they lost cornerback Shaquill Griffin two plays into the game and that was just the start of the pain, both physical and emotional. 942 more words

Retrospectives

Is Pete Carroll the Worst In Game Manager In The League

Stop me if you’ve heard this come out of Pete Carroll’s mouth before, “it’s a good call if we made it”. I’m sure we all remember hearing that after the disastrous pass play on the yard line that was picked off by Malcom Butler of the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 49. 234 more words

Pete Carroll Calls Marvelously Foolish Fake Field Goal, Seahawks Lose By 3

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — With 7 seconds remaining in the first half of Monday night’s game between the Seahawks and Falcons, the replay officials decided to take a closer look at a Paul Richardson catch along the sideline. 565 more words

Sports

Falcons Win NFC Showdown Thanks To Seahawks' Shortcomings

“You’re Killing me Petey!!”

Picture this….

There’s 7 seconds left in the 1st half, and you’re on your opponents’ 17-yard line. You’ve been effectively outplayed but have a chance to cut the lead to 4 at the half with a 35-yard field goal. 498 more words

NFL

Tales of Magic by Dave Lee: Next Instalment

Tales of Magic 9: The Training

It became increasingly apparent that my dream battles were dramatizations of inner conflict, not attacks from the outside. This awareness resulted in their going away for a while. 493 more words