Why Embarrassing Celebration Should Put Golden Tate on a Short Leash

October 30, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Ever since head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider took over in the Pacific Northwest, they have introduced new-found belief systems and philosophies. Long gone are the days of Mike Holmgren and his coaching staff.
For Seattle Seahawks fans, this has proven to be a good thing, especially during the draft.
Over the course of four drafts, Carroll and Schneider have hit more often than not on their selections. Offensive tackle Russell Okung, safety Earl Thomas, wide receiver Golden Tate, cornerback Richard Sherman, linebacker Bobby Wagner and quarterback Russell Wilson have all stepped in immediately and played crucial roles in Seattle’s success.
Aside from contributing right away, all six of the players mentioned above embody a passionate attitude that complements their style of play. However, there are times when emotions run too high. This, in turn, leads to a particular demeanor that can prove to be detrimental to the team.
A prime example ...

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