Pete Carroll’s Seattle Seahawks Won’t Have an Identity Until Next Year

November 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Seahawks come off their best offensive performance of the season and prepare to take on the reigning Super Bowl champs, people are trying to figure out which team is the real Seattle Seahawks—the club that was blown out 74-10 by Oakland and the Giants or the one that bookended those blowouts with a 58-28 season sweep of Arizona.
Don’t bother trying to figure it out. You won’t know for at least another year.
Plenty of people have said they love what Pete Carroll is building in Seattle. But is he really building anything this year?
Sure, the Seahawks are 5-4 and in first place in the NFC Worst, and Carroll might be able to eke out a division title like Mike Holmgren did in his first year.
But it’s impossible to say Carroll is building something when most of the offensive players are unsigned beyond this year and the defense figures to change, too.
Carroll and general manager John Schneider have made over 200 moves this year, and the...

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