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 Post subject: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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I doubt this was shown on TV, but it was really apparent that Carroll was a little bit upset with Sherman's celebrating today. After their fumble recovery (I believe that Sherman recovered it) Sherman was running off the field jiving with the ball and tossed it high in the air. This was after his interception where he was penalized for excessive celebration. Anyways the ball hit the ground and bounced right to Pete, who promptly picked the ball up and fired the ball directly into Sherman's helmet (actually hit him in the head pretty hard with the ball). He then put hsi hands up as if saying "seriously, you didn't learn a lesson earlier in the game?"

Maybe Pete was just goofing around with him but I didn't get that impression. I think all the stupid penalites, and there were a lot of them again today, is starting to wear on Pete.

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IBleedBlueAndGreen wrote:
I doubt this was shown on TV, but it was really apparent that Carroll was a little bit upset with Sherman's celebrating today. After their fumble recovery (I believe that Sherman recovered it) Sherman was running off the field jiving with the ball and tossed it high in the air. This was after his interception where he was penalized for excessive celebration. Anyways the ball hit the ground and bounced right to Pete, who promptly picked the ball up and fired the ball directly into Sherman's helmet (actually hit him in the head pretty hard with the ball). He then put hsi hands up as if saying "seriously, you didn't learn a lesson earlier in the game?"

Maybe Pete was just goofing around with him but I didn't get that impression. I think all the stupid penalites, and there were a lot of them again today, is starting to wear on Pete.

I saw Pete smiling when he had the ball in his hands


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Pete is so cool haha he was definitely goofing


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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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hope so we need to go in and do business and walk off smug not delirious

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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I think pete loves the swagger. Hell, Pete HAS the swagger.

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I love the swag....about time we have players with it. Go Sherman!

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Pete wasn't upset at Sherman, it was a playfull toss


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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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Yeah, just watched this. Pete was smiling and hardly rifled the ball at him.

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The first penalty was actually more to do with Kam I believe. It was deemed excessive celebration because Kam joined in with doing the same dance as Sherman. No Fun League.


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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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The first penalty was actually more to do with Kam I believe. It was deemed excessive celebration because Kam joined in with doing the same dance as Sherman. No Fun League.

Yup. Ref looked right at Kam when he threw the flag.


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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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I saw Sherm give the referee a thumbs up after he threw the flag.

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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The penalty was not Sherman's fault. Kam joined in dancing, which was the cause for the flag. Sherman is allowed to celebrate a play, and the flag was not thrown until Kam joined in.

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I will take excessive celebration penalties all day.. as long as we keep winning :)

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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That celebration penalty is a terrible penalty in a close game. At the time of it.. it was 31-0 and there was NO way Arizona was getting back into the game.

No problem with it in that case.

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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That celebration penalty is a terrible penalty in a close game. At the time of it.. it was 31-0 and there was NO way Arizona was getting back into the game.

No problem with it in that case.


well duh. id like to think in a close game they know the situation. today these were kids out there just having fun. can you blame em?

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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I guess maybe he should just do a Superman pull off of the shirt then make Airplane wings with his hands and run around like an Effin tool! That doesnt get called! I am glad he thumbs upped the Ref!

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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I'm guessing Pete couldn't have been too mad at him. You know, he was part of 3 turnovers and all that.


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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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Read Pete's book (or even better, listen to him read it to you on CD). He is all about ZERO negative vibes. The same reason the established football media write him off as a left coast goofball is why his players love competing for him and for each other. Pete brings no anger or negative energy into anything he does. Throwing a football out of frustration will never happen with Pete Carroll. I guarantee you right now. Never.

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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I'm guessing Pete couldn't have been too mad at him. You know, he was part of 3 turnovers and all that.


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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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Yeah, the ref was staring at Sherman right behind him and Sherman did one too many shovel scoops in his grave digger dance.

He just has to shorten his celebration and he'll be fine.
The ball throw was funny because it looked more like a penalty but all the refs were doing other things and nobody was looking at Sherman.

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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Yeah, the ref was staring at Sherman right behind him and Sherman did one too many shovel scoops in his grave digger dance.

He just has to shorten his celebration and he'll be fine.
The ball throw was funny because it looked more like a penalty but all the refs were doing other things and nobody was looking at Sherman.


The penalty was on Kam for joining in the dance.

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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Sherm got Kam to do the dance with him. Sherm was the instigator on that one completely. But also it was half the distance to the goal so it was not that bad in that situation. I think (total speculation) Sherm is a little ticked at the refs and the system, and this was a little screw you too pal.

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 Post subject: Re: Carroll teaching Sherman a lesson.
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It's always fun to play guess what the coach is saying to his player. AINT IT?!

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