The Seahawks and Buccaneers both had to play on the same surface in yesterday’s game. It seemed Seattle had worse luck with the grass at Allianz Arena, though. In several key moments they had players slip and fall.
After the game, long snapper Tyler Ott called out the NFL for going out of its way to change fields for visiting soccer teams and then sending their own to international stadiums with field conditions not suited for football.
Today, Bruce Irvin echoed that sentiment, calling it a “terrible ass” field.
The NFL made us fly 10 hours to play on a terrible ass field like that shits Krazy
— Bruce Irvin (@BIrvin_WVU11) November 14, 2022
Irvin stuffed Rachaad White on the first snap of the game and finished with a season-high four tackles. He also had a hand in igniting the defense on the sidelines with a fiery speech after falling behind 14-0.
Even though they rallied in the fourth quarter, an atrocious fumble by Geno Smith after Cody Barton’s interception doomed their chances of a comeback.