This 11-yard scramble for a first down for Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the fourth quarter against Washington cornerback Kendall Fuller last weekend was another example of Wilson making something good out of mostly bad. Yet coach Pete Carroll said this week he “sometimes” wants Wilson to stay in the pocket longer instead of running.
This 11-yard scramble for a first down for Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the fourth quarter against Washington cornerback Kendall Fuller last weekend was another example of Wilson making something good out of mostly bad. Yet coach Pete Carroll said this week he “sometimes” wants Wilson to stay in the pocket longer instead of running. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
This 11-yard scramble for a first down for Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the fourth quarter against Washington cornerback Kendall Fuller last weekend was another example of Wilson making something good out of mostly bad. Yet coach Pete Carroll said this week he “sometimes” wants Wilson to stay in the pocket longer instead of running. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
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Examining Pete Carroll wanting Russell Wilson to “sometimes” stay in pocket more

November 07, 2017 06:49 PM

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