Pete Carroll comments on Seahawks’ offensive struggles

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The Seattle Seahawks didn’t get shut out on Sunday, but their offense is still dysfunctional and was the main cause of their season-breaking loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

After the game, head coach Pete Carroll was asked what can be fixed with the offense. Here’s what he had to say.

“Yeah, it has to be able to be fixed. We’ve got a long time. We’ve got a couple of months left. I don’t know why it’s all — it became a mystery to us to score points. That’s not even — never been the issue, and we’ve always been able to move the ball and score and stuff. I don’t know why this time frame — it started when Russ got banged up, and then it hasn’t — we just haven’t got productive like we need to be, and we’ve got to get back on track. Maybe it’s going to be a couple of weeks for taking a month off for Russ to be at his best to help us where we can, but we’ve got to do stuff around him as well. It isn’t a one-guy show, as much as you might want to make it that. That goes back to us, the coaches, and Shane and I and Andy. We have to do a better job and get it done because it seems like there’s opportunities for us, and so we need to take advantage of them.”

It’s clear that Russell Wilson was rushed back from his finger injury, but the coaching issues go far deeper than that.

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