Carroll prioritized running the ball for the rest of the video game. That was evident when seeing that Carroll called 28 running plays as opposed to 22 passing plays. On those runs, the Seahawks collected just 90 yards.
What is Pete Carroll doing? He has DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett and hes pounding the ball at 3-yards-per-carry with journeymen running backs.
— Ian Kenyon (@IanKenyonNFL) October 26, 2021.
It is unknown if the rainy weather condition in Seattle played an element in Carroll opting to establish the run instead of throwing the ball. Seattle took the Pittsburgh Steelers to overtime last week however lost, 23-20.
Seahawks offense stagnant versus Saints on Monday Night Football.
Carroll prioritized running the ball for the rest of the game. That was apparent when seeing that Carroll called 28 running plays as opposed to 22 passing plays.
It is unidentified if the rainy weather condition in Seattle played a factor in Carroll choosing to establish the run instead of tossing the ball. It was definitely a fascinating method given that the Saints have one of the best run defenses in the league. New Orleans had allowed simply 79.0 rushing backyards per game entering Monday night.
The past 2 weeks have not been terrific for the Seahawks. Seattle took the Pittsburgh Steelers to overtime last week but lost, 23-20.
Now, the Seahawks are on a three-game losing streak following their 13-10 loss to the Saints. Fortunately for Carroll and Seattle, they have a beneficial matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
In Pete Carrolls perfect world, the forward pass doesnt exist.
— Dan Ambrosino (@AmbrosinoNFL) October 26, 2021.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – OCTOBER 25: Head coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks sees action during a game versus the New Orleans Saints at Lumen Field on October 25, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images).
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Twitter users made fun of Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll for his play contacts offense against the New Orleans Saints.
The Seattle Seahawks were aiming to bring an end to their losing streak on Monday night. But to do so, they would have to beat a well-rested New Orleans Saints team coming off the bye week.
Even though both teams were close on the scoreboard for most of the video game, the Seahawks offense could not get anything going. That was a given, considering that quarterback Russell Wilson is still sidelined with a best middle finger injury.
But head coach Pete Carroll did not do the group any prefers with his play-calling on offense.
NFL Twitter was not kind to the previous Super Bowl-winning head coach.