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That is, the number of stupid excuses made by Coach Carroll, Russell Wilson, and Darrell Bevell as to why they didn’t run Marshawn Lynch up the middle for three consecutive plays and win the game.   Example from the New York Times: “The Seahawks’ offensive coordinator (Bevell) said he and Carroll feared if they ran the ball, the clock might run out on the Seahawks before the team finished its allotted plays.” It’s really too bad that Coach Carroll and Bevell weren’t up front with us and just said: “Hey! We messed up!” The most honest person on the team, Marshawn Lynch, exited the stadium immediately after the game without showering since I’m sure he didn’t want to be put in a position of lying or pointing out what a stupid call that decision was to pass rather than giving him the ball. And here’s Coach Carroll’s final comment: “Unfortunately, it was real hard luck. There’s no other way to look at it right now.” I have news for Coach Carroll: There is no such thing as hard luck. We create what happens to us in our lives, both good and bad.

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I’ve been following Vince Young’s career since his days at the University of Texas and always thought he would excel in the NFL. So it was quite a surprise to me to see where he had been released by the Buffalo Bills shortly after general manager Buddy Nix completed a trade with the Seattle Seahawks for quarterback Tarvaris Jackson. Young was the third overall pick in the 2006 draft by the Tennessee Titans. Since I’m not privy to what’s going on in Young’s personal life it’s possible he has some issues that are affecting his performance. But it’s also possible that he has a problem with one of his coaches, and since coaches seem to always have the last word, Vince’s days with the Bills were numbered. I recall that quote by former MLB manager Whitey Herzog who said that very often a team releases a player when they should have replaced the player’s coach. That’s why I believe the coaching staff with Kansas City Chiefs might be just what the doctor ordered if they were to sign Young as backup quarterback. And it wouldn’t surprise me to see him become the starting quarterback after a short time. He might be just what the Chiefs need.


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