It’s certainly been a disappointing season for the Seattle Seahawks. The once NFC West titans sit at the bottom of the division at a paltry 5-10.
This weekend’s late 25-24 loss to the Chicago Cubs was a new low for the deflated Seattle squad. After the letdown at the hands of Nick Foles and a less-than-stellar Bears team, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll took a bite of humble pie and put the season’s woes on himself.
“That was about as disappointing of a loss as we’ve had,” Carroll said, via ESPN. “We were in control in so many ways in that game to go win it and put it away; we just never did and let them stay alive, and they found a way to make their plays. We had to do some stuff to give them that opportunity, and they took advantage of it, and give them credit. They’ve been struggling all year too, and it’s a big win for those guys.
“I feel like I have to do more. In a time like this, I feel like I’ve got to find ways to help our guys more so that we don’t get in a situation where we even give them a chance.”