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  1. DisplacedSeahawkFan says:

    C’mon Pete. Hubris is not a good look. Don’t turn into Rex Ryan.

  2. MITCHHAWK8 says:

    I don`t think the Coach meant it the way your thinking ??

  3. Dukeshire says:

    It certainly didn’t sound like it reads, IMO.

  4. MITCHHAWK8 says:

    How come there was no flag on the hit to the punter in the Pitt/Cinncy game?? and Cam gets one for a hit to the chest in our game?? There is something wrong there. should be a fine or ?? at least. Totally uncalled for..Also the fumble that was challenged in the Pitt/Cinncy ,,was exactly the same thing that happened in the San Fran game,,and we could not challenge the call?? what gives?? or am I missing something here!!

  5. edstang45 says:

    That comment was a innocent comment, in looking back he just said the D play’d so well they really didn’t have a chance. It was not a slam on giants nor seemed to me it wasn’t gloating or bragging….chill out guys it was defenitley not a Rex Ryan moment. sometimes I think guys here just look for something to complain about. I wasn’t at chat for that reason tired of the Team, player and coaching bashing. This is our team and is the best in the NFL so far. so quit bitching and start enjoying the ride…go hawks

  6. Dukeshire says:

    “quit bitching…”? What is that in reference to?

  7. DisplacedSeahawkFan says:

    Edstang I don’t care if you disagree with me. It’s your right. However, you’re the one complaining right now. We should be able to disagree with each other without making it into an issue. Geesh: It’s not that serious.

  8. montanamike2 says:

    I told someone just yesterday that Seattle fans find things to bitch about when we win.

  9. It’s getting tougher to have an intelligent football discussion with the team’s success.

  10. Probably more of a play on words more so than an actual statement, but during the course of that game it certainly did look like the Giants had no chance. Eli is a pocket passer all the way. He might even be a worse scrambler than his older brother. This Seahawks defense, with the way they can plaster receivers is incredibly effective against QB’s like that. It’s almost unfair.

    Byron Maxwell is playing amazing ball right now. I know that Eli has always been a bit sloppy with INT’s (the Seahawks have something like 10 or more INT’s against him over his career), but he made some plays on the ball yesterday that were just beastly. It’s like who wants it more. Byron Maxwell does, obviously. Hey, Brandon, how’s that groin feeling? Pretty good by now I would imagine. We’re starting to forget about you, ;)

  11. 23-0. They didn’t stand a chance.

  12. Did anybody actually listen to the audio?

    It was something like “They didn’t have a chance against us yesterday…the way the defense and special teams played….”

    It’s around 2:30. No biggie, he was just describing what happened.

  13. “They didn’t have a chance against us really yesterday, because the defense and the teams were on it…..”

    Exact quote there.

  14. Dukeshire says:

    I agree, and I too listened to it. That’s why I said that it doesn’t sound like it reads. It was harmless.

  15. The rest of it is worth listening to also if you have no life like me.

    I like what Carroll says about his DBs. He has two coaches who train them all to play a certain way. And they go for the fast tall guys of course. Pete used the word “indoctrinating”. They teach them all to play like bada**e* It’s working.

  16. scorpeeo says:

    Mitch..The Steelers player will get fined by the league for that hit on the punter. The refs missed it but the league won’t. And I’m a Steelers fan. That’s exactly what the league is trying to get rid of. Kam’s was just a poor call.

  17. No matter what happens to this team going forward, we can all rest assured that we will continue to draft guys in the late rounds that PC, Kris Richard, and Rocky Seto can “coach up”. They “indoctrinate” these guys to play a certain technique-specific way, and I foresee those late rounders turning into adequate, competent players at worst in our scheme, and stud, all-pro, pro-bowl type players in a best case scenario, in our scheme.

    Some talking heads think that PC has an edge right now because he knows the young guys in these last few drafts since he recruited and scouted them in college. They believe that advantage will disappear in a few years when he loses touch with the recruiting classes he is familiar with. I disagree with that sentiment completely.

    It’s becoming more and more evident that it’s not the familiarity with the player that is the reason for PC’s success. He knows exactly what he wants in a player, especially a defensive player and even more so a defensive back, in order for them to be able to succeed in his scheme. He knows what type of player will fit well in a tangible, measurable sense, (tall and rangy). And he knows how to coach ‘em up and bring out the intangibles in a player ignored or overlooked by the rest of the league. And that is the secret of our success, so to speak, how we draft in later rounds and make them fit so well into our scheme.

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