The Seattle Seahawks season ended, unsurprisingly, on the road in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs in a 28-23 loss to the Green Bay Packers. While the Packers went on to be absolutely demolished by the NFC West Champion San Francisco 49ers the next week, the Hawks went home without advancing past the divisional round of the playoffs for the fifth season in a row, in spite of having one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL during that time period. The loss to the Packers has, in part, stoked the fires of debate surrounding whether Pete Carroll is the best choice to lead the team in the coming seasons, as for some fans his shortcomings have begun to outweigh his positives. Part of the debate surrounding Carroll has been his offensive philosophy, which many consider to be outdated, and one phrase in particular has been bandied about regarding the changes they desire to see.
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