Posts tagged Pete Carroll
Throughout recent history, NFL coaches have aspired to be more. Coach and general manager. They haven’t fared well. Thankfully, Mike McCarthy has no desire for a dual role.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is sure the officials cost his team Sunday’s contest with the Green Bay Packers. He’s discovered two more mistakes he’d like you to know about.
Oh, so the guy who was the beneficiary of the worst call in officiating history thinks his team got screwed by the officials? Please, tell me more!
One more go round. It’s 10 quick thoughts from the Green Bay Packers’ season-ending defeat at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. It’s stream of consciousness.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll = douche. What else is there to say? Carroll still thinks the Fail Mary was a pretty amazing play. Because of course.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has his team in the Super Bowl. In honor of our least favorite Harbaugh, here are 10 things you didn’t know about him.
The dust has settled on the Green Bay Packers loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Here are five more thoughts on what happened and what the Packers need to do to move forward.
The Green Bay Packers’ 2010 preseason schedule has been released and it is highlighted by a nationally televised contest with the defending AFC Champion Indianapolis Colts. Specific dates and times have not been announced, with the exception of the Colts’ game, but the Packers’ preseason schedule shapes up as follows. Aug. 12-16 – Cleveland Browns […]
The Green Bay Packers lost someone on Tuesday and the offseason hasn’t really even begun. Director of football operations John Schneider is leaving the team to take over as the Seattle Seahawks general manager. What does that mean for the Packers? Well, not a whole lot. Schneider was responsible for scouting, hiring coaches and working […]
Well, maybe not no one – Chicago Bears’ coach Lovie Smith probably still wants to coach there, but he hasn’t exactly been given a recipe that’s likely to result in success. After firing half of his staff, simply because the Bears’ organization was too cheap to do what they really wanted to do and fire […]