Pete Carroll fell on the sword for the decision to throw on 2nd-and-goal from New England’s one, which led to an interception. “There’s really nobody to blame but me,” he said. He’s certainly getting plenty of game, but you’ve got to wonder if he really called the play or if he’s being magnanimous in saying the buck stops with him. For what it’s worth, Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell also reportedly took on blame for the call:
Meanwhile, Seahawks players are miffed about the play-call:
While the blame will fall on the shoulders of Seattle’s coaches, it must be reiterated that Malcolm Butler made an incredible close on the ball to nab the interception.
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