Brock and Salk

11/7: On Pete Carroll’s defense of Tarvaris Jackson

Chicago Cubs' Kyle Schwarber makes his way to batting practice before Game 1 of the Major League Baseball World Series against the Cleveland Indians Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

By Brady Henderson

Tarvaris Jackson said he felt “very sick” about his three-interception performance in the Seahawks’ 23-13 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday.

Coach Pete Carroll was much less critical during his conversation with “Brock and Salk” on Monday, saying that Jackson wasn’t the reason Seattle lost and providing explanations that at least partially absolved the quarterback of blame for all three of his picks.

“It’s the other stuff,” Carroll said, pointing to uncharacteristic tackling issues, a defense that allowed a season-high 163 rushing yards and the 10 penalties the Seahawks committed.

In Monday’s Wrap Up video, Brock and Salk react to Carroll’s defense of his quarterback.

You can download Monday’s podcast here.

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