Aggressive Play-Calling Key in Propelling the Seahawks to 41-36 Win over Saints

January 9, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Say what you want about the Seattle Seahawks. Fact is, they played like a 11-5 team on Saturday afternoon, rather than a 7-9 team.
If this was the plan all along, I guess I am glad they didn’t fill me in. I am sure I am not the only one shocked by the final score of this game. OK, maybe not about the score, but more-so who was on the winning side.
I don’t know if it was Pete Carroll or Matt Hasselbeck. But something had to happen in order for the win to come the Seahawks way. They executed a great game plan offensively—something fans wanted to see all season long. The wait was worth it.
The fact some new plays that no one had seen all season long were implemented, helped surprise a Saints defense, who was prepared obviously for something else. The secondary of the Saints was ill prepared for what was being shoved down their throats.
The Seahawks aggressive offensive and defensive play-calling against the Saints even shocked the fans. The ...

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