CARROLL >BELICHICK?

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    wow really?

     
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    Or Seahawks > Patriots...

     

     

     

     
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    In response to CommyContrarianOnTwitter's comment:

    talkin system here and where free agents wanna go from mow on.. carroll is da man.... both as a GM and coach.. everything is kept simple and basic.. plus he has the best  coach big pharma can buy!




    Put down the pipe...

     
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    In response to CommyContrarianOnTwitter's comment:

    talkin system here and where free agents wanna go from mow on.. carroll is da man.... both as a GM and coach.. everything is kept simple and basic.. plus he has the best  coach big pharma can buy!



    dont think hes a better coach. he built a better team and has drafted better. how do the seahawks have the money to sign the guys they did in the offseason? i know there is a salary cap but does carrol manage it better than belichick? is the seattle owner willing to pay more than kraft? 

    one thing for sure is that a great defense beats a record setting offense every time. those that want the patriots to load up with offensive weapons may want to re think that one. load up the defense and run the ball. it also helps that wilson is mobile

     
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    Schneider is the man. If I'm not mistaken, he's the one who convinced Carroll on Wilson

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?

    They should be an incredibly good team by now and it took Carroll to lead that group of young players.  Remember, that is why he failed with coaching the Patriots...the Patriots were a veterane team then & Carroll's stye was that of a college coach....THAT is why it is working for him in Seattle!

    So Congrats to Carroll for the SB win, but he has a FAR ways to go to be even in the same coaching conversation as BB.

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?

    They should be an incredibly good team by now and it took Carroll to lead that group of young players.  Remember, that is why he failed with coaching the Patriots...the Patriots were a veterane team then & Carroll's stye was that of a college coach....THAT is why it is working for him in Seattle!

    So Congrats to Carroll for the SB win, but he has a FAR ways to go to be even in the same coaching conversation as BB.



    How many? Look at the roster buddy. Pretty much just Okung. Since Carroll and Schneider took over, they've built their team on most late round picks and FA's

     
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    As a GM? Yeah. As a coach? Nah.

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?

    They should be an incredibly good team by now and it took Carroll to lead that group of young players.  Remember, that is why he failed with coaching the Patriots...the Patriots were a veterane team then & Carroll's stye was that of a college coach....THAT is why it is working for him in Seattle!

    So Congrats to Carroll for the SB win, but he has a FAR ways to go to be even in the same coaching conversation as BB.




    What are you talking about. That was probably the most dominating super bowl win ever and it was against the top offense in NFL history. I mean give the guy some credit.

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?

    They should be an incredibly good team by now and it took Carroll to lead that group of young players.  Remember, that is why he failed with coaching the Patriots...the Patriots were a veterane team then & Carroll's stye was that of a college coach....THAT is why it is working for him in Seattle!

    So Congrats to Carroll for the SB win, but he has a FAR ways to go to be even in the same coaching conversation as BB.



    How many? Look at the roster buddy. Pretty much just Okung. Since Carroll and Schneider took over, they've built their team on most late round picks and FA's



    yup exactly. richard sherman was in the fith round. seattle has had some great drafts   especially on defense.

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?

    They should be an incredibly good team by now and it took Carroll to lead that group of young players.  Remember, that is why he failed with coaching the Patriots...the Patriots were a veterane team then & Carroll's stye was that of a college coach....THAT is why it is working for him in Seattle!

    So Congrats to Carroll for the SB win, but he has a FAR ways to go to be even in the same coaching conversation as BB.



    How many? Look at the roster buddy. Pretty much just Okung. Since Carroll and Schneider took over, they've built their team on most late round picks and FA's



    yup exactly. richard sherman was in the fith round. seattle has had some great drafts   especially on defense.



    Sherman fifth. Chancellor fifth. Wilson third. Wagner second. Wright fourth. Super Bowl MVP 7th, etc etc

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?


    How many players do you think are on that team who were picked 15 years ago? Didn't you hear they are tied for the youngest SB winner in history?

    Carroll hasn't had all that great a drafting position over his 4 years.

     

     
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    As a GM, hell yeah.

     
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    Carroll knows the college game and the pro game well. That probably helps a lot at draft time.

     
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    AND...How many #1-#5 picks in the NFL draft have they (Seattle) received the past 15 so years?

    They should be an incredibly good team by now and it took Carroll to lead that group of young players.  Remember, that is why he failed with coaching the Patriots...the Patriots were a veterane team then & Carroll's stye was that of a college coach....THAT is why it is working for him in Seattle!

    So Congrats to Carroll for the SB win, but he has a FAR ways to go to be even in the same coaching conversation as BB.



    Actually the Seahawks have made the playoffs 6 of the last 10 seasons and are now tied with the Patriots, Steelers and Ravens for the most playoff wins in that time period with 9.

     
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