Head Coach Pete Carroll Week 2 Wednesday Press Conference | 2019 Seattle Seahawks – FANTASY FOOTBALL FAN SITE

Head Coach Pete Carroll Week 2 Wednesday Press Conference | 2019 Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll talks with the media on Wednesday during week 2 of the regular season at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

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That Guy FatherTime Reply

Pete and John PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE sign FS/SS/CB Obi Melifonu

Albert Navas Reply

Go Hawks πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ¦…

John Ogo Reply

Big Ben is too fat and slow and Wagner and Clowney should constantly go after him and tire him out and make sure he doesn’t complete the pass and be ready to shutdown the run too! Go Seahawks!

    D wizzle Reply

    Wagner only blitzes like 4 or 5 times a game at the most. Maybe u should say clowney and ziggy. Even Quinton Jefferson after the great showing last game.

    John Ogo Reply

    D wizzle yeah I know but Wagner and Clowney both have the speed to penetrate the offensive line and take down fat Ben even before he throws that pass and Clowney is actually more strong and aggressive to stop the run by getting behind the line of scrimmage and tackling the RB or the one running the ball!

    T M Reply

    @D wizzle *4 or 5 times a year

    Michael Wright Reply

    And Ziggy should be able to play this week. So our D line is gonna chow down on some fatty Roethlisberger’s this weekend!

    TerrorWest Reply

    @John Ogo U should say Mychal Kendricks for he is faster than Bobby.

memphismayfireFTW Reply

Your stubbornness is gonna be the death of me pete.

Skoden Fineden Reply

So he practice so good? den why cut him?? and now you want him back πŸ˜‚.

    Nathan Sheets Reply

    Because you can only keep 53. You have to make hard decisions sometimes

MegaTriumph1 Reply

Roethlisberger is going to make swiss cheese out the secondary. Playing the Steelers at Ten am Seattle time, thats a Veterans type of game. Go Hawks.

Elana Mccullum Reply

MORE MAN COVERAGE!! ..ZONE HAS BEEN STRAIGHT BOOTY ..CONSTANTLY GASHED ALL THE TIME! WITH ZONE THE RAMS ..NINERS AND SAINTS WILL PICK THEM APART!

    TerrorWest Reply

    we’ll get thrashed in man as well.

Dalton Ballard Reply

Everybody says it was an ugly win but the Bengals had all offseason to prepare and Seahawks had no game film to study

    jon lincoln Reply

    Ya, i hear you, with game film to prep with you can attack…

    Rowdy Jr. Reply

    Fun Fact: I rather have an ugly win and learn our mistakes from weaknesses than to lose to NE 33-3. Just saying.

Eric Maeder Reply

Hami and ankle ..knees and toes..knees and toes

Andrew Nguyen Reply

Hope the defense can stop Big Ben and his run because he is fat and slow,Go Seahawks!!!

    Michael Wright Reply

    Hes the real life Peter Griffin.

    Andrew Nguyen Reply

    Michael Wright he is

Smoken Sunny D Reply

Blair better get the start. Tedric missed alot and was out of place

K Reply

Who was he talking about thats happy to be here. Clowney?

isamidnight Reply

Why do these press conference vids always look so bleached out? I was starting to think there was something wrong with my monitor.

Brandon Maruszczak Reply

Let’s go Hawks and Russell Wilson!!!

Liquid Swords Reply

Seahawks better change up the game plan. Pete admitted they were too stubborn and wanted to run the ball down the middle. Teams know our weakness to defend the run and attack in the middle and secondary. Great teams adjust to their opponent.

TerrorWest Reply

Rashart was a bad pick. shouldve gotten another youngin pass rusher

Clorox Bleach Reply

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Vicente jr Baldovinos Reply

Release ifedi

Charlean Hill Reply

ConsistencyπŸ˜ŽπŸ€“πŸ§πŸ˜¬πŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜πŸ‘Œ

Rick Duffy Reply

We need to not hold the ball so long short quick passes for 8 to 10 yards would be a big help on first downs trying to run all the time is to much they know what we are going to do

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