Mike Singletary, Pete Carroll More Alike Than Not

September 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sunday's opener at Seattle may not look like much of a game compared to other tilts on the schedule like Green Bay at Philadelphia, Dallas at Washington or Cincinnati at New England, especially if your rooting interests are closely aligned with your fantasy team, but for the armchair psychologists among us, it's the most fascinating contest on the opening slate.
After all, on one side you have a coach who's viewed with some skepticism by the local media as something of a snake oil salesman, a guy who talks a mean game but offers little of substance, and who can be described as a shameless self-promoter who's hell-bent on being the face of his organization above all else.
And on the other side you have Seattle's Pete Carroll.
Too harsh on Samurai Mike? Perhaps.
On the surface, the two men couldn't be more different. Singletary, of course, was a Hall-of-Fame linebacker with the Chicago Bears, and is arguably one of the 20 or 30 best players in the history of the game....

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