Pete Carroll does ‘feel bad’ for Blair Walsh after missed field goal
Nobody is happier than the Seattle Seahawks after they lucked into a 10-9 NFC Wild Card victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
However, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll does feel sympathy for Vikings kicker Blair Walsh, who shanked a 27-yard field goal that could have won the game with just seconds remaining and he expressed those comments after the game.
But, as Carroll points out, it’s your job to get it done, despite the miserable conditions in Minnesota.
"Everything that anybody did well today should be commended because it was such a difficult atmosphere to play in," Carroll said.
You can watch Carroll’s comments above.