Pete Carroll Post-Show: What happened up front in Seahawks’ loss to Cowboys?
Jan 7, 2019, 11:26 AM
The Seahawks’ run offense that led the NFL in the regular season couldn’t keep up with what the Dallas Cowboys did on the ground in Saturday’s NFC wild-card playoff game, and that has been the focus since Seattle’s 24-22 defeat. What happened?
After speaking to head coach Pete Carroll on Monday morning, 710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock and Salk share in the attached video what stood out to them from the conversation. And with offensive guards D.J. Fluker and J.R. Sweezy both playing through injuries, Huard points out how that may have been the biggest factor in the Seahawks not having the same rushing attack as before in the season.
You can listen to the full Pete Carroll Show from Monday morning here. And for more coverage following the Seahawks’ season-ending loss, click any of the links below.
• Salk: Blame Seahawks’ playoff loss on offense’s execution, not play calling
• Takeaways: Despite loss, Carroll says Seahawks ‘building something special’
• O’Neil: Commitment to run that saved Seahawks’ season sinks them in playoffs
• Reaction: 710 ESPN Seattle on Seahawks’ 24-22 playoff loss to Dallas