William Kevin Wright


Almost  everyone  in America  and,  given  the  international TV  numbers  on Super Bowl

XVIX,  a  good  slice  of  the  world,  is  beyond  tired  of  hearing  about  the  quality  of  the

decision made by Pete Carroll and his offensive coordinator, Darrell Bevell, to throw a

slant  pass  rather  than  handing  the  ball  to  Marshall  Lynch.  And  aggravated  by  the

inability of the Seahawks’ head coach to just say that it was a mistake.

We  have  heard  from  Carroll  and  his  apologists  that  the  time  remaining  on  the  clock

necessitated one pass during that last series, that the combination of the Patriots’ goal

line  defensive  alignment  and  the  offensive  “package”  the  Seahawks  deployed  made

handing Beast Mode the ball problematic, that Lynch’s season record from the 1 yard

line was, on a percentage basis, less than stellar, and on and on and on (including the

ridiculous assertion that the Seahawk organization did not want Lynch, who had gained

4 or 5 yards on the previously play, to be the “hero”).The Last Word on the Last Play (that mattered).

Almost  everyone  in America  and,  given  the  international TV  numbers  on Super Bowl

XVIX,  a  good  slice  of  the  world,  is  beyond  tired  of  hearing  about  the  quality  of  the

decision made by Pete Carroll and his offensive coordinator, Darrell Bevell, to throw a

slant  pass  rather  than  handing  the  ball  to  Marshall  Lynch.  And  aggravated  by  the

inability of the Seahawks’ head coach to just say that it was a mistake.

We  have  heard  from  Carroll  and  his  apologists  that  the  time  remaining  on  the  clock

necessitated one pass during that last series, that the combination of the Patriots’ goal

line  defensive  alignment  and  the  offensive  “package”  the  Seahawks  deployed  made

handing Beast Mode the ball problematic, that Lynch’s season record from the 1 yard

line was, on a percentage basis, less than stellar, and on and on and on (including the

ridiculous assertion that the Seahawk organization did not want Lynch, who had gained

4 or 5 yards on the previously play, to be the “hero”).The Last Word on the Last Play (that mattered).

Almost  everyone  in America  and,  given  the  international TV  numbers  on Super Bowl

XVIX,  a  good  slice  of  the  world,  is  beyond  tired  of  hearing  about  the  quality  of  the

decision made by Pete Carroll and his offensive coordinator, Darrell Bevell, to throw a

slant  pass  rather  than  handing  the  ball  to  Marshall  Lynch.  And  aggravated  by  the

inability of the Seahawks’ head coach to just say that it was a mistake.

We  have  heard  from  Carroll  and  his  apologists  that  the  time  remaining  on  the  clock

necessitated one pass during that last series, that the combination of the Patriots’ goal

line  defensive  alignment  and  the  offensive  “package”  the  Seahawks  deployed  made

handing Beast Mode the ball problematic, that Lynch’s season record from the 1 yard

line was, on a percentage basis, less than stellar, and on and on and on (including the

ridiculous assertion that the Seahawk organization did not want Lynch, who had gained

4 or 5 yards on the previously play, to be the “hero”).The Last Word on the Last Play (that mattered).

Almost  everyone  in America  and,  given  the  international TV  numbers  on Super Bowl

XVIX,  a  good  slice  of  the  world,  is  beyond  tired  of  hearing  about  the  quality  of  the

decision made by Pete Carroll and his offensive coordinator, Darrell Bevell, to throw a

slant  pass  rather  than  handing  the  ball  to  Marshall  Lynch.  And  aggravated  by  the

inability of the Seahawks’ head coach to just say that it was a mistake.

We  have  heard  from  Carroll  and  his  apologists  that  the  time  remaining  on  the  clock

necessitated one pass during that last series, that the combination of the Patriots’ goal

line  defensive  alignment  and  the  offensive  “package”  the  Seahawks  deployed  made

handing Beast Mode the ball problematic, that Lynch’s season record from the 1 yard

line was, on a percentage basis, less than stellar, and on and on and on (including the

ridiculous assertion that the Seahawk organization did not want Lynch, who had gained

4 or 5 yards on the previously play, to be the “hero”).
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