Approaching midseason, the Seahawks are once again in the thick of the playoff race in the NFC. Heading into today’s matchup with the Browns Seattle is in line for the fourth seed in the conference and a win would push their chances of making the postseason up to 70%.
It can be easy to take this for granted – but it’s rare for NFL teams to at least have a shot at the playoffs every single year. While he hasn’t won multiple championships at this level as of yet, Pete Carroll deserves a lot of the credit for keeping this team a contender for as long as he has.
Watch Seattle tight end Noah Fant talk about what makes Carroll different compared to other head coaches around the league.
“There’s no place like Seattle”@nrfant explains exactly what makes Pete Carroll such a special coach. At 72 years young, Pete’s passion and love for the game, along with his willingness to be a players coach is exactly why he’s a Super Bowl winning coach.
Energy is… pic.twitter.com/wrEiSIniM2
— 2nd Wind Podcast (@2ndWindPod) October 25, 2023
More Seahawks Wire stories