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KingCanuck
01-08-2010, 06:27 PM
Report: Carroll close to five-year, $35m deal
Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on January 8, 2010 8:15 PM ET
Maybe Leslie Frazier shouldn't go through with that interview.

Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times reports that Pete Carroll and the Seahawks are "close to a deal" that would pay Carroll $35 million over the next five seasons to be Seattle's coach and team president.

Carroll has often attributed his mediocre record in New England to his lack of control over personnel. That wouldn't be a problem in Seattle, where the president tag indicates Carroll would run just about everything.

USC appears to be in the dark about the Carroll stories.

"In the past, [Carroll] hasn't commented on such report," USC sports information Tim Tessalone said. "He was not expected in today. I've put a message out to him, but haven't heard back yet."

With the Seahawks still needing to interview Frazier to comply with the Rooney Rule, we wouldn't expect to hear anything official from Carroll or the Seahawks soon.

TexasHeat
01-08-2010, 06:28 PM
inb4 fail and USC homers tears

stupidb0y
01-08-2010, 06:29 PM
USC is gonna blow now

:(

thacalikid911
01-08-2010, 06:30 PM
lmfao yes!

BrettT07
01-08-2010, 06:30 PM
Oh lawd

Backus24
01-08-2010, 06:31 PM
Lol.

In b4 USC homers never return to sports section

xzp
01-08-2010, 06:32 PM
daammmnnn!


Now, can someone aware me as to where that ranks among HC salaries? I'm guessing atleast top 3. (Raider fan, yes cheap coaches)

KingCanuck
01-08-2010, 06:32 PM
lmfao yes!

U Mad Pete Carroll is going to run the division ?

Hardcore_D00d
01-08-2010, 06:34 PM
He a good coach, seahawks might be a force in the coming years.

usc gonna suck monkey balls now.

sellihca
01-08-2010, 06:35 PM
If this happens, don't be surprised if Steve Sarkisian returns to USC very soon as HC.

Parlor_Mob
01-08-2010, 06:35 PM
If this is true you can probably take Bates out of the picture for the Bears coaching staff. I'm sure Carroll will bring him with

Parlor_Mob
01-08-2010, 06:36 PM
U Mad Pete Carroll is going to run the division ?

lol not sure if srs

KingCanuck
01-08-2010, 06:37 PM
If this is true you can probably take Bates out of the picture for the Bears coaching staff. I'm sure Carroll will bring him with

Yup, Bates should be coming over.

BeanieWells
01-08-2010, 06:37 PM
Lets see how he does with a bottom feeder rather than a super bowl team.

xzp
01-08-2010, 06:38 PM
If this happens, don't be surprised if Steve Sarkisian returns to USC very soon as HC.

that's pushing it. Dude's establishing his own identity with Wash, and unless he's got like no good recruits period I doubt he'll bounce to USC.

TexasHeat
01-08-2010, 06:38 PM
inb4 Leinart traded to Seattle

MA5Bergey
01-08-2010, 06:38 PM
Good night sweet Seahawks.

mtomjr14
01-08-2010, 06:38 PM
hell yeah...time for Meyer to head out to cali and scoop up some more recruits! :D

MontelWilliams
01-08-2010, 06:38 PM
seattle has a football team, wut?



(not srs, but kind of)

KingCanuck
01-08-2010, 06:39 PM
Good night sweet Seahawks.

???

jdo1
01-08-2010, 06:40 PM
ib4bush&leinart reunite with carroll

neilsabo
01-08-2010, 06:47 PM
in b4 norm chow leaves UCLA to be OC for seahawks

CCAurora
01-08-2010, 06:48 PM
HOLY ****! That is absolutely HUGE news!! What a move by Seattle!!!

dogyo
01-08-2010, 06:48 PM
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GetBigyo
01-08-2010, 06:53 PM
in before he drafts Joe Mcknight and Taylor Mays

note2self
01-08-2010, 06:53 PM
One big move in the right direction. Good job, Seattle.

SpiderSense
01-08-2010, 06:56 PM
Wow can you say overrated?

$7 million a year?

That's not even the type of money you give a coach after he's won a Super Bowl.

dogyo
01-08-2010, 06:57 PM
Wow can you say overrated?

$7 million a year?

That's not even the type of money you give a coach after he's won a Super Bowl.

mike shanahan lol's at your post

theACEofSPADES
01-08-2010, 06:59 PM
in before he drafts Joe Mcknight and Taylor Mays

Lmao, bet you he will, two first rounders I believe

KingCanuck
01-08-2010, 06:59 PM
Wow can you say overrated?

$7 million a year?

That's not even the type of money you give a coach after he's won a Super Bowl.

Hes being the President as well.

Plus, do you know who the Seahawks Owner is? He wipes ass with bundles of $10 000.


Paul Allen..
aka richest owner in sports
aka owner of the Trail Blazers
aka founder of microsoft
aka owns the worlds biggest yacht
aka balling

Dennis71
01-08-2010, 07:00 PM
i didnt think anyone actually gave a phuck about Seattle



then i noticed KingCanuck made the thread

GetBigyo
01-08-2010, 07:02 PM
Lmao, bet you he will, two first rounders I believe

I could see them though trading up with TB to snatch Bradford away from Washington if they think they would take him.Its pretty obvious Seattle needs a QB and RB.

note2self
01-08-2010, 07:02 PM
Paul Allen really is ballin. I saw him in an Enzo and tried to race his ass. He declined like a little boy...lame.

Seriously though, don't forget that Paul Allen has lost A LOT of money in the last couple years. Don't expect him to be handing out huge checks like it's nothing. That being said, I see great things in the future.

thacalikid911
01-08-2010, 07:03 PM
???

The Seahawks are ****ing garbage and haven't even started a rebuilding phase lmfao. Seahawks blow. Hasselbeck Blows. Your WR's Blow. Everything about that team is ****ing terrible.

Go ahead and give me some average about the seahawks being the youngest team or some **** rofl, or how about how the 9ers are old as **** even tho all those old players, aside from the kicker, didn't see a second of playing time.

Better Yet, tell me about how your "Pro Bowlers" (LOL!!!!) were out with injuries. Seahawks ****ing suck and will be the door mat of the West for the next 5 years. Congrats on giving this guy a monster contract, I hope it's worth the publicity because it sure as hell wont be worth it on the field.

MA5Bergey
01-08-2010, 07:05 PM
???

Carroll's record in the NFL is less stellar than in the NCAA, and let's face it, at USC, his teams, from top to bottom, are consistently heads and shoulders above the rest of the NCAA in terms of talent and top recruits. (No USC fan, but they have the best recruiting in college football.)

oldmantime
01-08-2010, 07:05 PM
pete carroll is 33-31 as an NFL head coach. Hey, lets pay him $7mill a year.

marcus142
01-08-2010, 07:07 PM
why isnt this on espn yet? not on espn=not offical. not that i believe this wont happen because carroll hasnt come out and said it is false or anything...

=T Bone=
01-08-2010, 07:23 PM
Hes being the President as well.

Plus, do you know who the Seahawks Owner is? He wipes ass with bundles of $10 000.


Paul Allen..
aka richest owner in sports
aka owner of the Trail Blazers
aka founder of microsoft
aka owns the worlds biggest yacht
aka balling

oh sweet jesus

http://pdis.rnw.nl/~hansl/links/octopus_yacht_090116-0048.jpg

Jim K
01-08-2010, 07:24 PM
talk about winning the lottery.

makes a name for himself in college

gets fat contract in NFL

USC will probly go down, and he has 2 1st rounders with the seahawks to start the job.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 07:25 PM
hell yeah...time for Meyer to head out to cali and scoop up some more recruits! :D

rofl good one. i can barely see mr. stress getting on a plane, let alone come all the way to cali to get true athletes.

BeanieWells
01-08-2010, 07:27 PM
oh sweet jesus

http://pdis.rnw.nl/~hansl/links/octopus_yacht_090116-0048.jpg

osnap

mtomjr14
01-08-2010, 07:29 PM
rofl good one. i can barely see mr. stress getting on a plane, let alone come all the way to cali to get true athletes.

he is still all over the place recruiting his ass off brah...and lol @ true athletes

Dillon Baxter already said he wants to hear from UF since pete is gone :)

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 07:33 PM
he is still all over the place recruiting his ass off brah...and lol @ true athletes

Dillon Baxter already said he wants to hear from UF since pete is gone :)

C'mon. It's obvious were gonna lose some recruits if and when this happens. But if you think the university is going to let their cash cow crumble just because Pete's gone, you're CRAZY lol.

FappingBrah
01-08-2010, 07:33 PM
hell yeah...time for Meyer to head out to cali and scoop up some more recruits! :D


rofl good one. i can barely see mr. stress getting on a plane, let alone come all the way to cali to get true athletes.


he is still all over the place recruiting his ass off brah...and lol @ true athletes

Dillon Baxter already said he wants to hear from UF since pete is gone :)

lulz with Carroll out Neuheisel has LA on lockdown

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 07:35 PM
lulz with Carroll out Neuheisel has LA on lockdown

lol @ the clippers of college football. You best be joking son.

mtomjr14
01-08-2010, 07:37 PM
C'mon. It's obvious were gonna lose some recruits if and when this happens. But if you think the university is going to let their cash cow crumble just because Pete's gone, you're CRAZY lol.

never said they were going to crumble...i'm sure Urban and many other coaches have already contacted a lot of them...will be interesting to see what happens

FappingBrah
01-08-2010, 07:40 PM
lol @ the clippers of college football. You best be joking son.

strong lulz brah. once we continue increasing our talent level with ruthless recruiting, we will be a force

KingCanuck
01-08-2010, 07:40 PM
Carroll's record in the NFL is less stellar than in the NCAA, and let's face it, at USC, his teams, from top to bottom, are consistently heads and shoulders above the rest of the NCAA in terms of talent and top recruits. (No USC fan, but they have the best recruiting in college football.)

No **** his record in the NFL would be less than steller compared to his record in the NCAA....considering his win% in the NCAA is somethiong like 95%


pete carroll is 33-31 as an NFL head coach. Hey, lets pay him $7mill a year.

Hes also one of the best talent evaluators of all time and one of the most sucessful coaches in any league in sports

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 07:43 PM
never said they were going to crumble...i'm sure Urban and many other coaches have already contacted a lot of them...will be interesting to see what happens

i agree. i'd love for Harbaugh to take the reigns but that's def not gonna happen lol. Very interesting to see who will be the new HC, but I'll be following this recruiting debacle a lot more than I'd like to, that's for sure...

SpiderSense
01-08-2010, 07:44 PM
I never questioned whether the Seahawks owner has money.

I questioned whether paying a coach who hasn't proven much in the NFL $7 million per year was smart.

If they don't get immediate results there's gonna be a media feeding frenzy.

MA5Bergey
01-08-2010, 07:46 PM
No **** his record in the NFL would be less than steller compared to his record in the NCAA....considering his win% in the NCAA is somethiong like 95%

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/2007-12-13-4190722396_x.htm

=T Bone=
01-08-2010, 07:50 PM
lol @ everyone who thinks Usc and Florida are going to go back to average programs since carroll and meyer are leaving

Florida and Usc will continue to recruit top 10 and produce top 10 caliber teams. Usc and Florida will both have down years next season, maybe the season after but will be back just as strong soon.

N.W.A
01-08-2010, 07:51 PM
We'll still do well with pete carrol gone.

IraHays
01-08-2010, 08:02 PM
Pete's leaving USC before probation. lulz.

Kingcanuk happy and up in this mother f*cker.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 08:07 PM
damian williams going to the draft. FML

SUPES130
01-08-2010, 08:10 PM
i didnt think anyone actually gave a phuck about Seattle



then i noticed KingCanuck made the thread

this lol

its the ****in seahawks, who gives a ****?

Dmoney30
01-08-2010, 08:13 PM
First it was their basketball coach, now good ole Petey is going to bail out before the ship sinks. At least he will get paid and be able to run the show in Seattle.

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 08:19 PM
Pete Carroll's NFL record: 34-33

Yeah brb bringing in a mediocre coach to a terrible team and running the division, beating out a very solid team (Arizona) and a team breathing down the neck of contention (San Francisco).

Sorry to burst your homer bubble but the division belongs to the Cards and the Niners, and will for the next several years.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 08:25 PM
Pete Carroll's NFL record: 34-33

Yeah brb bringing in a mediocre coach to a terrible team and running the division, beating out a very solid team (Arizona) and a team breathing down the neck of contention (San Francisco).

Sorry to burst your homer bubble but the division belongs to the Cards and the Niners, and will for the next several years.

sorry to burst YOUR bubble, but this isn't the fukking 90's anymore. I've seen a lot of big name coaches do worse than Pete did when he was in the pros.

BrawnySwoleman
01-08-2010, 08:27 PM
strong lulz brah. once we continue increasing our talent level with ruthless recruiting, we will be a force

There's a new sheriff in town son


http://www.uclafansite.com/images/coaches/450neuheisel06_rickwife.jpg

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 08:34 PM
sorry to burst YOUR bubble, but this isn't the fukking 90's anymore. I've seen a lot of big name coaches do worse than Pete did when he was in the pros.
da fuk?

what does "the 90s" have to do with anything?

JRRBadBoy4Life
01-08-2010, 08:39 PM
HAHAHA. Pete Carroll is too smart to coach the Seahawks. This deal will not get done.

Insanity_SC
01-08-2010, 08:40 PM
fuk this.

He is half the reason I came to this school, srs.

brb crying in my room.

ElMariachi
01-08-2010, 08:47 PM
Wow, the Seahawks hired Dennis Erickson all over again.............and gave him an insane amount of money and control while at it too...............good job Seahawks. Looks like the 49ers and Cardinals will be running the NFC West for at least another 5-6 years.

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 08:48 PM
Wow, the Seahawks hired Dennis Erickson all over.............good job Seahawks.
Lol it's ok brah. brb being the Seahawks and still battling the Rams for 3rd in the division

sm78
01-08-2010, 08:52 PM
U Mad Pete Carroll is going to run the division ?

Mike Singletary is the only coach that will own that division

The_Source
01-08-2010, 08:54 PM
Pretty pissed, but hope he does well. In b4 he trades for Leinart and Bush

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 08:55 PM
Mike Singletary is the only coach that will own that division
good man

ElMariachi
01-08-2010, 08:56 PM
Now all we need to happen is for Mark Sanchez to come out and state that he doesn't think that Pete Carroll is ready to make the jump back to coaching in the NFL.

BeanieWells
01-08-2010, 09:00 PM
It'd be awesome if the Cards got a 1st for Leinart. brb turning the Seahawks into USC NFL edition.

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 09:03 PM
It'd be awesome if the Cards got a 1st for Leinart. brb turning the Seahawks into USC NFL edition.
http://m.blog.hu/my/myblogg/image/hahaha-lulz.jpg

thacalikid911
01-08-2010, 09:03 PM
It'd be awesome if the Cards got a 1st for Leinart. .

http://i50.tinypic.com/ojf3ae.jpg

They would be extremely lucky to get a 5th

Jerzey1
01-08-2010, 09:05 PM
pete carroll is 33-31 as an NFL head coach. Hey, lets pay him $7mill a year.

i lold....

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 09:05 PM
da fuk?

what does "the 90s" have to do with anything?

uh cause that's when he was an NFL coach last?

how about examining his whole body of work?? If any college coach can make the transition into the NFL it's Pete.

ElMariachi
01-08-2010, 09:06 PM
uh cause that's when he was an NFL coach last?

how about examining his whole body of work?? If any college coach can make the transition into the NFL it's Pete.




I'm setting the over/under on Carroll running back to the NCAA with his tail between his legs at 2 1/4 years.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 09:07 PM
I'm setting the over/under on Carroll running back to the NCAA with his tail between his legs at 2 1/4 years.

Well in 2 1/4 years, go ahead and give this thread a bump and see if anyone gives a sh!t lol.

thegenerel
01-08-2010, 09:16 PM
Good night sweet Seahawks.

they never have had much of a pulse to begin with, so its like pulling the plug on life support.

thegenerel
01-08-2010, 09:19 PM
Now all we need to happen is for Mark Sanchez to come out and state that he doesn't think that Pete Carroll is ready to make the jump back to coaching in the NFL.

oh gosh. lol

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 09:35 PM
uh cause that's when he was an NFL coach last?

how about examining his whole body of work?? If any college coach can make the transition into the NFL it's Pete.
I examined his body of work. Mediocre AT BEST in the NFL and dominated a college conference that has been one of the worst in the country for the last decade. The Pac-10 finally was good this year and he finished 4th. gjpcm.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 09:42 PM
I examined his body of work. Mediocre AT BEST in the NFL and dominated a college conference that has been one of the worst in the country for the last decade. The Pac-10 finally was good this year and he finished 4th. gjpcm.

wow.

number 1, he didn't just dominate a conference, he's one of the best coaches of this decade. Period. Prove me wrong.

number 2, the pac-10 has NOT been one of the worst in the decade and until you can prove otherwise kindly stfu.

number 3, the pac-10 wasn't good this year. you would know that if you actually watched college football, which you clearly do not judging by your ridiculous, unfound claims.

SwagMorris
01-08-2010, 09:45 PM
I examined his body of work. Mediocre AT BEST in the NFL and dominated a college conference that has been one of the worst in the country for the last decade. The Pac-10 finally was good this year and he finished 4th. gjpcm.

Pac-**** wasnt good this year. Actually the worst they've been in a while.

Inb4 yadda yadda yadda

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 09:48 PM
Pac-**** wasnt good this year. Actually the worst they've been in a while.

Inb4 yadda yadda yadda

hate to say it but truth.

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 09:48 PM
wow.

number 1, he didn't just dominate a conference, he's one of the best coaches of this decade. Period. Prove me wrong.

number 2, the pac-10 has NOT been one of the worst in the decade and until you can prove otherwise kindly stfu.

number 3, the pac-10 wasn't good this year. you would know that if you actually watched college football, which you clearly do not judging by your ridiculous, unfound claims.
Lol @ you demanding proof for subjective things. It's impossible to prove, but on the other side of the coin, you can't prove otherwise either. So stfu.


Pac-**** wasnt good this year. Actually the worst they've been in a while.

Inb4 yadda yadda yadda
Again with subjective...you poke holes in my argument by using your opinion.

Strong.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 09:54 PM
Lol @ you demanding proof for subjective things. It's impossible to prove, but on the other side of the coin, you can't prove otherwise either. So stfu.

Again with subjective...you poke holes in my argument by using your opinion.

Strong.

lol @ using my opinion.

Here's MY "opinion"

-Second highest winning percentage in college football
-Two BCS Championship Game appearances (win over Oklahoma, and a loss to Texas)
-Two national championships, including the AP 2003 national championship and the undisputed 2004 national championship.
-Seven consecutive Associated Press Top-4 finishes
-A record six BCS bowl victories
-A record seven consecutive BCS bowl appearances
-A record seven consecutive years as Pac-10 Champions or Co-Champions
-A national-record 33 consecutive weeks as AP's No. 1-ranked team
-A winning record of 97?19 (85.6%), including 16?2 against traditional rivals Notre Dame and UCLA
-A NCAA record of 63 straight 20-point games
-Twenty-five All-American first teamers
-53 players selected in the NFL Draft, including 14 in the first round.
-Three Heisman Trophy winners (Carson Palmer, 2002; Matt Leinart, 2004; Reggie Bush, 2005)
-Four Top-5 recruiting classes
-Win streaks for home games (34) and Pac-10 home games (22).
-In 2007, USC became the first NCAA FBS team to achieve six consecutive 11-win seasons. In 2008, USC added an unprecedented seventh consecutive 11-win season.
-28?1 in the month of November
-Only team in history to win three consecutive Rose Bowl Game

vs your "opinion":
pete carroll sucks lawl

bigcc
01-08-2010, 09:57 PM
HAHAHA. Pete Carroll is too smart to coach the Seahawks. This deal will not get done.

its pretty much done already bro... if not official

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 09:58 PM
its pretty much done already bro... if not official

yeah i would think if it's not going to happen, pete wouldve dismissed the allegations already.

bigcc
01-08-2010, 10:00 PM
It'd be awesome if the Cards got a 1st for Leinart. brb turning the Seahawks into USC NFL edition.

lol@ trading 6th or 14th pick for leinart

bigcc
01-08-2010, 10:03 PM
lol @ using my opinion.

Here's MY "opinion"

-Second highest winning percentage in college football
-Two BCS Championship Game appearances (win over Oklahoma, and a loss to Texas)
-Two national championships, including the AP 2003 national championship and the undisputed 2004 national championship.
-Seven consecutive Associated Press Top-4 finishes
-A record six BCS bowl victories
-A record seven consecutive BCS bowl appearances
-A record seven consecutive years as Pac-10 Champions or Co-Champions
-A national-record 33 consecutive weeks as AP's No. 1-ranked team
-A winning record of 97?19 (85.6%), including 16?2 against traditional rivals Notre Dame and UCLA
-A NCAA record of 63 straight 20-point games
-Twenty-five All-American first teamers
-53 players selected in the NFL Draft, including 14 in the first round.
-Three Heisman Trophy winners (Carson Palmer, 2002; Matt Leinart, 2004; Reggie Bush, 2005)
-Four Top-5 recruiting classes
-Win streaks for home games (34) and Pac-10 home games (22).
-In 2007, USC became the first NCAA FBS team to achieve six consecutive 11-win seasons. In 2008, USC added an unprecedented seventh consecutive 11-win season.
-28?1 in the month of November
-Only team in history to win three consecutive Rose Bowl Game

vs your "opinion":
pete carroll sucks lawl

and that NC loss was the most competive NC of all time (one of anyways)


repped on recharge

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 10:03 PM
and that NC loss was the most competive NC of all time (one of anyways)


repped on recharge

best NC of all time imo.

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 10:10 PM
lol @ using my opinion.

Here's MY "opinion"

-Second highest winning percentage in college football
-Two BCS Championship Game appearances (win over Oklahoma, and a loss to Texas)
-Two national championships, including the AP 2003 national championship and the undisputed 2004 national championship.
-Seven consecutive Associated Press Top-4 finishes
-A record six BCS bowl victories
-A record seven consecutive BCS bowl appearances
-A record seven consecutive years as Pac-10 Champions or Co-Champions
-A national-record 33 consecutive weeks as AP's No. 1-ranked team
-A winning record of 97?19 (85.6%), including 16?2 against traditional rivals Notre Dame and UCLA
-A NCAA record of 63 straight 20-point games
-Twenty-five All-American first teamers
-53 players selected in the NFL Draft, including 14 in the first round.
-Three Heisman Trophy winners (Carson Palmer, 2002; Matt Leinart, 2004; Reggie Bush, 2005)
-Four Top-5 recruiting classes
-Win streaks for home games (34) and Pac-10 home games (22).
-In 2007, USC became the first NCAA FBS team to achieve six consecutive 11-win seasons. In 2008, USC added an unprecedented seventh consecutive 11-win season.
-28?1 in the month of November
-Only team in history to win three consecutive Rose Bowl Game

vs your "opinion":
pete carroll sucks lawl
Strong not reading who I was quoting. The "your opinion" thing was directed at the "Pac-10 sucks" guy

And brb not saying Pete Carroll sucks. I said he's a mediocre NFL coach

So you can take your stats and accomplishments AGAINST COLLEGE TEAMS and shove em because all that matters is this:

34-33 record in the NFL. u mad?

bigcc
01-08-2010, 10:15 PM
Strong not reading who I was quoting. The "your opinion" thing was directed at the "Pac-10 sucks" guy

And brb not saying Pete Carroll sucks. I said he's a mediocre NFL coach

So you can take your stats and accomplishments AGAINST COLLEGE TEAMS and shove em because all that matters is this:

34-33 record in the NFL. u mad?

"Carroll has often attributed his mediocre record in New England to his lack of control over personnel. That wouldn't be a problem in Seattle, where the president tag indicates Carroll would run just about everything."


whether this works out, remains to be seen, but just sayin bro

HumptyBrahh
01-08-2010, 10:19 PM
"Carroll has often attributed his mediocre record in New England to his lack of control over personnel. That wouldn't be a problem in Seattle, where the president tag indicates Carroll would run just about everything."


whether this works out, remains to be seen, but just sayin bro
I know he says that but lmao

"Yeah I know I sucked but it wasn't my fault, honest!"

ElMariachi
01-08-2010, 10:20 PM
Strong not reading who I was quoting. The "your opinion" thing was directed at the "Pac-10 sucks" guy

And brb not saying Pete Carroll sucks. I said he's a mediocre NFL coach

So you can take your stats and accomplishments AGAINST COLLEGE TEAMS and shove em because all that matters is this:

34-33 record in the NFL. u mad?



LOL at trying to project a stellar college coach to be successful in the NFL. Has anyone told these guys?




http://www.volnation.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/nick-saban.jpg

http://www.daretogamble.com/uploaded_images/Bobby-Petrino-764026.jpg

http://www.coacheshotseat.com/DennisErickson.jpg

http://volball.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/p1_spurrier_all.jpg

http://blogs.fayobserver.com/faytoz/files/2008/02/butch-davis.jpg





Even Lou Holtz of all people blew fat donkey balls when he was an NFL coach for an-oh-so short season.






So boys and girls..........in conclusion.......college success means absolutely jack**** when it comes to determining just how well you're going to do in the NFL. You can recite all the statistics you want, but being able to be a good college coach doesn't necessarily translate into being a good NFL coach. Carroll showed himself to be a rather mediocre coach in his short stint in NFL coaching and until he proves otherwise, there's no reason to expect him to any better this time-around.

Mafiafolife77
01-08-2010, 10:30 PM
Strong not reading who I was quoting. The "your opinion" thing was directed at the "Pac-10 sucks" guy

It doesn't matter WHO you were quoting. You said the Pac-10 sucking this decade is subjective when it's NOT. It seems you need to go back to school or get a dictionary so that you'll understand this.

They went undefeated in bowl games as early as last SEASON.

They are well over .500 (best winning percentage besides the SEC) in bowl games, yet you are trashing the conference when it's clear to anyone who actually watches college football that there are BCS conferences that have done worse, especially if were just going off this decade (ACC).

You're clueless.


And brb not saying Pete Carroll sucks. I said he's a mediocre NFL coach which, OH WAIT

33-31 regular season and 1-2 postseason PROVE

brb saying the Pac-10 is a terrible conference when they have the second highest win percentage in bowl games. fukkin idiot lol.

JRRBadBoy4Life
01-08-2010, 10:42 PM
Title Head coach
College Southern California
Sport American football
Team record 9719
Born September 15, 1951
(1951 -09-15) (age 58)

Place of birth San Francisco, California
Annual salary $4,400,000/year (pay plus benefits)[1]




So he's going to get 2.6 million dollars more a year so he can be humiliated, bummed out about living in Seattle, struggle in a much more competitive league, ect.

Hell I'd do it too. He's probably thinking about putting 3 years in Seattle and then he can retire for good.

HereComesTraveler
01-08-2010, 10:56 PM
LOL @ "USC is going to suck". USC is on the level of Oklahoma, Alabama, ND, and Ohio State in terms of prestige. They just don't suck. Live with it.

Our next guy will go to the Rose Bowl and recruit well. He's the coach of USC. The question is can he sustain his success like PC... and it's a tough question.

neilsabo
01-08-2010, 11:14 PM
LOL... bill cowher must be seeing dollar signs flashing right now... after the shanahan deal and this, he's gonna get like a $100 million/10 years + complete roster control + 10% ownership of the team on his next deal...

as for carroll, i think his past NFL experience makes him better prepared than previous college coaches that completely bombed in the NFL... everyone forgets that bill bellichick had a 36-44 record in his first coaching stint in Cleveland, so it's not like it's impossible for NFL head coaches to improve themselves after some experience and a fresh start...

i think my 49ers will still be the most improved team in the NFC West next year, but I'm all for anything that strengthens the division and gives it some respectability...

leafs43
01-09-2010, 12:30 AM
LOL @ "USC is going to suck". USC is on the level of Oklahoma, Alabama, ND, and Ohio State in terms of prestige. They just don't suck. Live with it.

Our next guy will go to the Rose Bowl and recruit well. He's the coach of USC. The question is can he sustain his success like PC... and it's a tough question.

USC before Carroll got there was terrible most of the 90s.

SpiderSense
01-09-2010, 12:36 AM
You can recite all the statistics you want, but being able to be a good college coach doesn't necessarily translate into being a good NFL coach.

No it doesn't.

The big difference is having much less control over the players.

In college the boys are hoping to make the NFL and you can tell them your way or the highway.

In the NFL players are men, who make more money than you, and most have other teams that are more than willing to deal with them if you can't.

Back Double Biceps18
01-09-2010, 12:39 AM
LOL... bill cowher must be seeing dollar signs flashing right now... after the shanahan deal and this, he's gonna get like a $100 million/10 years + complete roster control + 10% ownership of the team on his next deal...

as for carroll, i think his past NFL experience makes him better prepared than previous college coaches that completely bombed in the NFL... everyone forgets that bill bellichick had a 36-44 record in his first coaching stint in Cleveland, so it's not like it's impossible for NFL head coaches to improve themselves after some experience and a fresh start...

i think my 49ers will still be the most improved team in the NFC West next year, but I'm all for anything that strengthens the division and gives it some respectability...

Haha, Cowher is set to make some big money, thats for sure.

I didn't really see this happening, too think all these personnel changes and the playoffs haven't even started yet! The NFL is crazy haha

Fastforward7
01-09-2010, 12:44 AM
LOL @ "USC is going to suck". USC is on the level of Oklahoma, Alabama, ND, and Ohio State in terms of prestige. They just don't suck. Live with it.

Our next guy will go to the Rose Bowl and recruit well. He's the coach of USC. The question is can he sustain his success like PC... and it's a tough question.

Were you not alive (or a USC fan) in the 80's or 90's?

pro11skj
01-09-2010, 12:44 AM
lol at people saying usc is going to suck. wake up people, its still usc. in before we get riley or sarkisian.

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 04:35 AM
LOL at trying to project a stellar college coach to be successful in the NFL. Has anyone told these guys?




http://www.volnation.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/nick-saban.jpg

http://www.daretogamble.com/uploaded_images/Bobby-Petrino-764026.jpg

http://www.coacheshotseat.com/DennisErickson.jpg

http://volball.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/p1_spurrier_all.jpg

http://blogs.fayobserver.com/faytoz/files/2008/02/butch-davis.jpg





Even Lou Holtz of all people blew fat donkey balls when he was an NFL coach for an-oh-so short season.






So boys and girls..........in conclusion.......college success means absolutely jack**** when it comes to determining just how well you're going to do in the NFL. You can recite all the statistics you want, but being able to be a good college coach doesn't necessarily translate into being a good NFL coach. Carroll showed himself to be a rather mediocre coach in his short stint in NFL coaching and until he proves otherwise, there's no reason to expect him to any better this time-around.





http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/Jimmy%20Johnson.jpg





u mad?

bigcc
01-09-2010, 04:47 AM
lol@ anyone thinking sark would leave UW

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 04:53 AM
http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/Jimmy%20Johnson.jpg





u mad?
lol one example to counter his 5? sounds like U mad, brah

sellihca
01-09-2010, 04:54 AM
lol@ anyone thinking sark would leave UW

it's not a matter of whether sarkisian would leave uw, rather a matter of whether USC wants sarkisian back.

The_Albatross
01-09-2010, 06:01 AM
deal is apparently done...

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4810861

ElMariachi
01-09-2010, 06:56 AM
http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/Jimmy%20Johnson.jpg





u mad?





LULZ. If you're counting on Pete Carroll to be the exception and not the rule, then you're really deluded.

NDame616
01-09-2010, 07:03 AM
100+ post thread about the Seahawks new coach??

MattRage
01-09-2010, 07:26 AM
USC is gonna blow now

:)


lmfao yes!

these

Ralph Wiggum
01-09-2010, 07:59 AM
Not sure about this. He was a mediocre coach when he coached the Jets and Patriots. Not sure if he will be a great coach in the NFL again.

Gabriel Anton
01-09-2010, 08:27 AM
He's a god at USC

I liked him when he was with our team (Pats), ,,,but I don't see success for him in the NFL. But I guess for 7 mil a year he can live with being just another mediocre NFL coach,,,

Parlor_Mob
01-09-2010, 09:30 AM
lol at people justifying Carroll's contract. Ya he's done some great things in college football, but he's been mediocre in the NFL.

7 mil for 5 years? Good Night Sweet Seattle. I hope he gets Lienart for a 1st rounder for the lulz.

Tyler44
01-09-2010, 09:37 AM
he's gonna fail in the NFL and USC would suck for a good while.

Feels good man

mtomjr14
01-09-2010, 09:40 AM
100+ post thread about the Seahawks new coach??

nah it's more like 100+ post thread about the former usc coach...nobody cares about the seahawks

aci150
01-09-2010, 09:50 AM
didnt he already try his hand at NFL?

RavenStorm
01-09-2010, 10:24 AM
in b4 Seahawks draft Taylor Mays

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 01:00 PM
in b4 Seahawks draft Taylor Mays

this

erftbll81
01-09-2010, 01:49 PM
deal is apparently done

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2572887/pete_carroll_leaving_usc_as_coach_and.html?cat=14

krocknw
01-09-2010, 01:55 PM
rose bowl or nothing?

erdons
01-09-2010, 02:49 PM
deal is apparently done

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2572887/pete_carroll_leaving_usc_as_coach_and.html?cat=14

Associated Content is not a reliable source brah, I can write articles for them and get paid $5 a pop....

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 02:56 PM
Associated Content is not a reliable source brah, I can write articles for them and get paid $5 a pop....

Doesnt matter...this deal is going to happen.

BeanieWells
01-09-2010, 02:59 PM
It's on NFL.com.

goodnight sweet seahawks

MenTaLPiRacY
01-09-2010, 03:07 PM
USC is gonna blow now

:(

now? lol.. from what they were supposed to be and what they were at the end of this year they did blow.. Pac 10 sucs as a division anyway.. i think they went like 1-6 or 2-6 in bowl games this year.

Uncontested
01-09-2010, 03:19 PM
Coaches making more than star players now.. lol wtf..

Uncontested
01-09-2010, 03:20 PM
didnt he already try his hand at NFL?

I think they said hes 33-31 in the NFL.

N.W.A
01-09-2010, 03:21 PM
Deal is not set yet. Jeff Fisher to USC? That would be awesome.

niospecv
01-09-2010, 03:56 PM
USC is going down and Pete Carroll will suck in the NFL again. Win-win situation. lulz

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 04:04 PM
USC is going down and Pete Carroll will suck in the NFL again. Win-win situation. lulz

Carroll has had more success in the NFL than Wade Phillips.

Tyler44
01-09-2010, 04:08 PM
USC is going down and Pete Carroll will suck in the NFL again. Win-win situation. lulz

Exactly, Im all smiles with this news.

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 04:25 PM
Carroll has had more success in the NFL than Wade Phillips.
http://9.media.tumblr.com/e5MnH0VIEp2w7l99XuBycaCzo1_400.jpg

Phillips actually has a better career winning percentage in twice as many games

Besides, da fuk does Wade Phillips have to do with anything? Gtfo homer lmao

blinkers88
01-09-2010, 04:27 PM
Carroll has had more success in the NFL than Wade Phillips.

now THAT is impressive. lulz

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 04:30 PM
now THAT is impressive. lulz
And factually incorrect anyway.

So no even less impressive lulz

erdons
01-09-2010, 04:36 PM
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-seahawks-carroll&prov=ap&type=lgns

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 04:47 PM
http://9.media.tumblr.com/e5MnH0VIEp2w7l99XuBycaCzo1_400.jpg

Phillips actually has a better career winning percentage in twice as many games

Besides, da fuk does Wade Phillips have to do with anything? Gtfo homer lmao

Because the dude I replied to is a Cowboys fan.

Phillips playoff wins: 0
Carroll playoff wins: 0

Carroll: one of the greatest NCAA coaches of all time

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 04:55 PM
Because the dude I replied to is a Cowboys fan.

Phillips playoff wins: 0
Carroll playoff wins: 1

Carroll: one of the greatest NCAA coaches of all time
What are you proving?

First, your stats are incorrect, so I fixed them for you. And before you say I'm proving your point, playoff wins don't mean anything without a ring. Just ask Matt Hasselbeck.

Secondly, legendary NCAA coach =/= NFL franchise's savior. Jesus, you feel about coaches the way we've felt about quarterbacks in San Francisco for the past decade. "Omg this is the guy...I know this is the guy!"

My gut tells me this will be a failed maneuver by the Seahawks. However, I would like to see Carroll bring success to the Seahawks. It'll make the NFC West interesting (and more than the two-pony race it will inevtiably be for the next several years) and bring respectability to a division that has, well, never been respectable.

But trying to justify your claims that Pete Carroll will be the messiah by comparing his mediocre career record to Wade Phillips's mediocre career record is like saying a handjob from a fat chick is better than a handjob from will1evermakeit. My reaction is the same: "Eh, sure, whatever."

Either way, you're still a homer. Gtfo.

KC pls go.

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 05:13 PM
What are you proving?

First, your stats are incorrect, so I fixed them for you. And before you say I'm proving your point, playoff wins don't mean anything without a ring. Just ask Matt Hasselbeck.

Secondly, legendary NCAA coach =/= NFL franchise's savior. Jesus, you feel about coaches the way we've felt about quarterbacks in San Francisco for the past decade. "Omg this is the guy...I know this is the guy!"

My gut tells me this will be a failed maneuver by the Seahawks. However, I would like to see Carroll bring success to the Seahawks. It'll make the NFC West interesting (and more than the two-pony race it will inevtiably be for the next several years) and bring respectability to a division that has, well, never been respectable.

But trying to justify your claims that Pete Carroll will be the messiah by comparing his mediocre career record to Wade Phillips's mediocre career record is like saying a handjob from a fat chick is better than a handjob from will1evermakeit. My reaction is the same: "Eh, sure, whatever."

Either way, you're still a homer. Gtfo.

KC pls go.

http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/tim_layden/08/24/five.and.out/Pete-Carroll-8.24.jpg
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/tim_layden/08/24/five.and.out/Pete-Carroll-8.24.jpg
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/tim_layden/08/24/five.and.out/Pete-Carroll-8.24.jpg
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/tim_layden/08/24/five.and.out/Pete-Carroll-8.24.jpg
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/tim_layden/08/24/five.and.out/Pete-Carroll-8.24.jpg
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/tim_layden/08/24/five.and.out/Pete-Carroll-8.24.jpg











































http://nbcsportsmedia2.msnbc.com/j/NBCSports/Components/Photo-Sports/November/081109_PeteCarroll_h.hmedium.jpg

justin6683
01-09-2010, 05:13 PM
Doesnt matter...this deal is going to happen.

Im Glad we have a better coach, mora was waaay to conservative imo and to dumb to realized that forsett should be the #1 back, hopefully we have a good draft and free agency.

thacalikid911
01-09-2010, 05:16 PM
hhahahahhahahahahhaha

Torrtrefireto
01-09-2010, 05:17 PM
Favorite college football coach bar none.

Very sad to see him go.

Hope somehow he does poorly in Seattle and then is ran out of town, with the only team willing to give him a shot be the Maryland Terrapins.


Success will be ours.

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 05:18 PM
....
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg
http://photos.upi.com/topics-New-England-Patriots-Head-Coach-Pete-Carroll-expresses-his-displeasure-to-an-official/d3b607241483ccc364afcdeefceda3c6/P.jpg

































































































http://blogs.suburbanchicagonews.com/sportsbeacon/Singletary%20Eyes.jpg

KennyK
01-09-2010, 05:24 PM
Seacawks just made the first step in a 5 year slide towards oblivion.

At least now he can legally pay the players

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 05:26 PM
Seacawks just made the first step in a 5 year slide towards oblivion.

At least now he can legally pay the players
lmao i was like lmao

Several good things have happened here:

-All the good California recruits will head up to Nor Cal
-USC homers will stfu
-the Seacawks will suck moar
-KC will have to eat his crow when the above three things happen

BrawnySwoleman
01-09-2010, 05:28 PM
lmao i was like lmao

Several good things have happened here:

-All the good California recruits will head over to UCLA
-USC homers will stfu
-the Seacawks will suck moar
-KC will have to eat his crow when the above three things happen

fixed

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 05:30 PM
fixed
Lol yeah ok Brahniqua Jackson. brb Cal and Oregon beating the Pac-10 like it stole something

BrawnySwoleman
01-09-2010, 05:44 PM
Lol yeah ok Brahniqua Jackson. brb Cal and Oregon beating the Pac-10 like it stole something

lol @ Brahniqua

I dunno. Oregon should dominate, but after them, its wide open. Almost every team is losing a HUGE impact player, mainly on offense.

Cal-Best (but they still have Vereen)
OSU-Canfield (1st team all Pac-10)
Stanford-Gerhart
Arizona--Haven't seen them much this year, so idk lol, but the way they got demolished by Nebraska raises doubts.
USC-McKnight, Mays--in turmoil, no doubt

I think we'll (UCLA) be competitive, but I can't see us being a major pac-10 contender with what we're going to be losing on defense.

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 06:13 PM
lol @ Brahniqua

I dunno. Oregon should dominate, but after them, its wide open. Almost every team is losing a HUGE impact player, mainly on offense.

Cal-Best (but they still have Vereen)
OSU-Canfield (1st team all Pac-10)
Stanford-Gerhart
Arizona--Haven't seen them much this year, so idk lol, but the way they got demolished by Nebraska raises doubts.
USC-McKnight, Mays--in turmoil, no doubt

I think we'll (UCLA) be competitive, but I can't see us being a major pac-10 contender with what we're going to be losing on defense.
I agree it's Oregon's conference. And not only will they run the Pac, but they will become a legit national power sometime very soon.

The rest of the conference is up for grabs, but I have to believe the legit recruits from Cali will now head to Cal, which has been the only legit contender in the state after USC for the past 5 years.

Beasly3333
01-09-2010, 06:31 PM
I think it's a pretty good signing. Overpaid, but that's most likely what it was going to take Carroll to leave USC.

CCAurora
01-09-2010, 06:33 PM
Associated Content is not a reliable source brah, I can write articles for them and get paid $5 a pop....

NFL.com is pretty reliable, though! ;)

I'm jealous of Seattle. I've always been a Carroll fan, going back to his New England days. The Jet days? Let's overlook!

neilsabo
01-09-2010, 07:20 PM
how is he supposed to bang USC grad students all the way in seattle

iamgenus
01-09-2010, 07:37 PM
Hes also one of the best talent evaluators of all time and one of the most sucessful coaches in any league in sports

lmao. Keep telling yourself that. Go look at the drafts the Pats had with him as their coach.

I'll laugh my ass off if they draft Mays in the first.

We'll see how his recruiting skills by taking the best high school players in the states helps him out in the NFL.

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 07:48 PM
lmao. Keep telling yourself that. Go look at the drafts the Pats had with him as their coach.

I'll laugh my ass off if they draft Mays in the first.

We'll see how his recruiting skills by taking the best high school players in the states helps him out in the NFL.

He hasn't coached for the Pats in 10 years... you think he hasn't learned anything new since then?

You are right, hes the exact same coach he was 10 years ago















:rolleyes:

iamgenus
01-09-2010, 07:51 PM
He hasn't coached for the Pats in 10 years... you think he hasn't learned anything new since then?

You are right, hes the exact same coach he was 10 years ago


:rolleyes:

We'll see that's for sure...I just find your enthusiasm hilarious since he hasn't proven anything yet and his last showing in the NFL was mediocre at best.

And calling him a good talent evaluator when recruiting for a top program like USC and drafting are WAY different.

PatrickBateman1
01-09-2010, 08:07 PM
This whole ordeal just absolutely shocks me. I never saw Carroll as an NFL guy and I still don't, he's an amazing college coach and that's what it really seems like he's designed for.

There has to be so much stuff hovering over that USC program's head for him to want to get out because he had one hell of a spot there.

I'm not saying he won't be better in the NFL this time around, but I've just always saw him as a college football type of guy.

ElMariachi
01-09-2010, 08:09 PM
He hasn't coached for the Pats in 10 years... you think he hasn't learned anything new since then?

You are right, hes the exact same coach he was 10 years ago


:rolleyes:



LOL, Erickson was.

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 08:48 PM
We'll see that's for sure...I just find your enthusiasm hilarious since he hasn't proven anything yet and his last showing in the NFL was mediocre at best.

And calling him a good talent evaluator when recruiting for a top program like USC and drafting are WAY different.

I got to be enthusiastic. Why wouldn't you be if your team just added a great leader and a proven winner?

Carroll has proved more than Singletary has in the NFL.

thacalikid911
01-09-2010, 09:09 PM
I got to be enthusiastic. Why wouldn't you be if your team just added a great leader and a proven winner?

Carroll has proved more than Singletary has in the NFL.

Seahawks= #1 pick in 2011 draft (serious)

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 09:33 PM
I got to be enthusiastic. Why wouldn't you be if your team just added a great leader and a proven winner?

Carroll has proved more than Singletary has in the NFL.
That's the 3rd time you've tried to make an argument by comparing Carroll to other coaches in the league. That would be valid IF he had mentioned Singletary...but he didn't. Where Singletary comes into this argument is beyond me. At what point did he say "Singletary > Carroll?"

Oh, and for what it's worth, Singletary has a better winning percentage than Carroll. Just sayin.

Mafiafolife77
01-09-2010, 09:38 PM
That's the 3rd time you've tried to make an argument by comparing Carroll to other coaches in the league. That would be valid IF he had mentioned Singletary...but he didn't. Where Singletary comes into this argument is beyond me. At what point did he say "Singletary > Carroll?"

Oh, and for what it's worth, Singletary has a better winning percentage than Carroll. Just sayin.

lol you're still posting in this thread??

some idiots have no shame. brb saying the pac-10 sucking is "subjective" so nobody can disprove me lulz.

niospecv
01-09-2010, 09:38 PM
Carroll has had more success in the NFL than Wade Phillips.

lulz

Cowboys advanced to the next round of the playoffs. Where are the seahawks?

Mafiafolife77
01-09-2010, 09:40 PM
I agree it's Oregon's conference. And not only will they run the Pac, but they will become a legit national power sometime very soon.

The rest of the conference is up for grabs, but I have to believe the legit recruits from Cali will now head to Cal, which has been the only legit contender in the state after USC for the past 5 years.

lol

itt: we pretend to know what were talking about.

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 09:47 PM
lulz

Cowboys advanced to the next round of the playoffs. Where are the seahawks?

Congrats on having one playoff win in the last 13 years...lmfao

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 09:47 PM
lol you're still posting in this thread??

some idiots have no shame. brb saying the pac-10 sucking is "subjective" so nobody can disprove me lulz.
No need for quotation marks, it is subjective. There's no quantifiable measure of "suck." But it's moot, because you're too ignorant to know what subjective or quantifiable mean. But I don't see what your reply has anything to do with the post you quoted. Or could you not find anything wrong with it?


lol

itt: we pretend to know what were talking about.
ITT: I DO know what I'm talking about and you're mad.

So tell me brah, why you mad tho?































































































why you mad?



Congrats on having one playoff win in the last 13 years...lmfao
Yeah but brb having 5 rings

(am I talking about the Cowboys or the 49ers? Doesn't matter anyway, the Seahawks don't even know what 1 looks like)

And why you avoidin phaggot? You said Carroll has more NFL success than Phillips, and now in one fell swoop Phillips has just as many playoff wins AND a much better career record. u mad?

thacalikid911
01-09-2010, 09:48 PM
Congrats on having one playoff win in the last 13 years...lmfao

in before super bow comparisons

niospecv
01-09-2010, 09:48 PM
Congrats on having one playoff win in the last 13 years...lmfao

Like the seahawks have a rich winning history. Don't even go there cause even you know this is a battle you can't win.

Mr.PissShivers
01-09-2010, 09:50 PM
lulz

Cowboys advanced to the next round of the playoffs. Where are the seahawks?

Carroll didn't coach the Seahawks this year though.

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 10:41 PM
This is why u mad, isn't it?

All-time NFL Win-Loss Records
As of 2/2/09

1. Miami Dolphins 384-238-2, 0.617
2. Dallas Cowboys 456-335-6, 0.572
3. Denver Broncos 364-262-6, 0.567
4. Oakland/Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders 350-281-6, 0.549
5. Green Bay Packers 669-529-36, 0.542
6. San Francisco 49ers 482-405-13, 0.536
6. Minnesota Vikings 413-348-9, 0.536
8. Decatur Staleys/Chicago Bears 702-515-42, 0.532
9. Baltimore Ravens 119-104-1, 0.531
10. Boston/New England Patriots 334-298-0, 0.528
11. New York Giants 644-544-33, 0.527
12. Jacksonville Jaguars 123-112-0, 0.523
13. Cleveland Browns 439-395-10, 0.520
14. Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts 446-406-7, 0.519
15. Boston Braves/Redskins/Washington Redskins 560-511-27, 0.510
16. Pittsburgh Pirates/Steelers 553-515-21, 0.508
17. Cleveland/Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams 523-492-20, 0.505
18. Carolina Panthers 115-119-0, 0.491
19. Houston/Tennessee Oilers/Tennessee Titans 305-320-2, 0.486
20. Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs 297-310-7, 0.484
21. Seattle Seahawks 257-276-0, 0.482 <-----------------------
22. Buffalo Bills 295-328-2, 0.472
23. Philadelphia Eagles 505-548-25, 0.468
24. Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers 285-330-5, 0.460
25. Detroit Lions 498-579-32, 0.450
26. Cincinnati Bengals 270-342-1, 0.440
27. New York Titans/Jets 268-346-2, 0.435
28. Atlanta Falcons 273-392-6, 0.433
29. New Orleans Saints 264-381-5, 0.406
30. Racine/Chicago/St. Louis/Phoenix/Arizona Cardinals 479-675-39, 0.402
31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 211-319-1, 0.397
32. Houston Texans 40-72-0, 0.357

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 10:59 PM
Seahawks > 49ers last decade

U Mad?

HumptyBrahh
01-09-2010, 11:09 PM
Seahawks > 49ers last decade

U Mad?
Not mad at all because your team is still a skidmark in the Jockeys of NFL history

EDIT: LMAO KingCanuck negged me for this post. u mad brah? u mad u got no other arguments because you know your team is a pitiful waste of a beautiful city?

LinusVanPelt
01-09-2010, 11:29 PM
This whole ordeal just absolutely shocks me. I never saw Carroll as an NFL guy and I still don't, he's an amazing college coach and that's what it really seems like he's designed for.

There has to be so much stuff hovering over that USC program's head for him to want to get out because he had one hell of a spot there.

I'm not saying he won't be better in the NFL this time around, but I've just always saw him as a college football type of guy.

****ing this.

I understand the money thing, I do. He's going to make what? $3 million more per year? That's a lot of money....but he pretty much had a lifetime contract at USC if he wanted it. Why leave?

You could argue that he's proven all he's needed to in the college ranks with his NC's, but I don't know if I'd buy it. There has to be some serious **** going down...and either USC is going to lose a lot of wins, a lot of scholarships, or both.

KingCanuck
01-09-2010, 11:33 PM
Not mad at all because your team is still a skidmark in the Jockeys of NFL history

EDIT: LMAO KingCanuck negged me for this post. u mad brah? u mad u got no other arguments because you know your team is a pitiful waste of a beautiful city?



http://fc05.deviantart.com/fs7/i/2006/003/9/a/Cry_Baby_by_buttonnose.jpg

erftbll81
01-10-2010, 02:09 AM
[img]http://fc05.deviantart.com/fs7/i/2006/003/9/a/Cry_Baby_by_buttonnose.jpg[img]

thats a cute baby there

HumptyBrahh
01-10-2010, 02:11 AM
[img]http://fc05.deviantart.com/fs7/i/2006/003/9/a/Cry_Baby_by_buttonnose.jpg[img]
Brah sweet self shot. Did you use a timer?

PatrickBateman1
01-10-2010, 02:54 AM
****ing this.

I understand the money thing, I do. He's going to make what? $3 million more per year? That's a lot of money....but he pretty much had a lifetime contract at USC if he wanted it. Why leave?

You could argue that he's proven all he's needed to in the college ranks with his NC's, but I don't know if I'd buy it. There has to be some serious **** going down...and either USC is going to lose a lot of wins, a lot of scholarships, or both.

Yep, he could have made just as much at USC, there HAS to be something big going on there for him to actually want to get out. The money thing is almost irrelevant because he has been such an epic coach at USC and we all know they have the funds to pay him.

Something big is brewing up there. I don't have anything against USC (I loved watching their team in 08-09 actually) but that program just sounds like they're gonna be in some serious trouble soon.


Seahawks > 49ers last decade

U Mad?

That's like being a medalist at the special Olympics dude. Congrats I guess......

HumptyBrahh
01-10-2010, 02:55 AM
That's like being a medalist at the special Olympics dude. Congrats I guess......
I'm a 49ers fan and I lol'd

Gabriel Anton
01-10-2010, 08:17 AM
Not mad at all because your team is still a skidmark in the Jockeys of NFL history



lulz love that line

mtomjr14
01-10-2010, 08:25 AM
Not mad at all because your team is still a skidmark in the Jockeys of NFL history

EDIT: LMAO KingCanuck negged me for this post. u mad brah? u mad u got no other arguments because you know your team is a pitiful waste of a beautiful city?

lol i got KC negs yesterday too...he mad brah

Gizmo
01-11-2010, 10:22 PM
Here are some quotes..

"From the LATimes:
Quote:I'm not mad at Pete Carroll.

I'm mad at USC for hiring him.

Oh, no, the Trojans did it again.

Oh, no, they hired somebody non-traditional to lead a tradition.

Oh, yes, it's going to be six more months of winter."


"The Sporting News calls Carroll hiring "another mistake"
Quote:I 'think you made a mistake hiring Pete Carroll as USC's next coach. As Trojans athletics director, you needed to hit a home run with this hire. This looks more like a scratch single."


I guess back in the day they thought Carroll to USC was an idiotic move too, well we all saw how that worked out......

KingCanuck
01-11-2010, 10:25 PM
I wouldn't doubt Carroll if I was anyone.

KingCanuck
10-21-2010, 03:47 PM
Mike Singletary is the only coach that will own that division


lmao. Keep telling yourself that. Go look at the drafts the Pats had with him as their coach.

I'll laugh my ass off if they draft Mays in the first.

We'll see how his recruiting skills by taking the best high school players in the states helps him out in the NFL.


Seahawks= #1 pick in 2011 draft (serious)


lulz

Cowboys advanced to the next round of the playoffs. Where are the seahawks?




lmao

bigcc
10-21-2010, 04:09 PM
lmao

I lol'ed hard at the Mays joke

KingCanuck
01-11-2011, 12:53 PM
Good night sweet Seahawks.


The Seahawks are ****ing garbage and haven't even started a rebuilding phase lmfao. Seahawks blow. Hasselbeck Blows. Your WR's Blow. Everything about that team is ****ing terrible.

Go ahead and give me some average about the seahawks being the youngest team or some **** rofl, or how about how the 9ers are old as **** even tho all those old players, aside from the kicker, didn't see a second of playing time.

Better Yet, tell me about how your "Pro Bowlers" (LOL!!!!) were out with injuries. Seahawks ****ing suck and will be the door mat of the West for the next 5 years. Congrats on giving this guy a monster contract, I hope it's worth the publicity because it sure as hell wont be worth it on the field.


Pete Carroll's NFL record: 34-33

Yeah brb bringing in a mediocre coach to a terrible team and running the division, beating out a very solid team (Arizona) and a team breathing down the neck of contention (San Francisco).

Sorry to burst your homer bubble but the division belongs to the Cards and the Niners, and will for the next several years.


Wow, the Seahawks hired Dennis Erickson all over again.............and gave him an insane amount of money and control while at it too...............good job Seahawks. Looks like the 49ers and Cardinals will be running the NFC West for at least another 5-6 years.


Lol it's ok brah. brb being the Seahawks and still battling the Rams for 3rd in the division


Mike Singletary is the only coach that will own that division


they never have had much of a pulse to begin with, so its like pulling the plug on life support.


LOL at trying to project a stellar college coach to be successful in the NFL. Has anyone told these guys?




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http://www.daretogamble.com/uploaded_images/Bobby-Petrino-764026.jpg

http://www.coacheshotseat.com/DennisErickson.jpg

http://volball.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/p1_spurrier_all.jpg

http://blogs.fayobserver.com/faytoz/files/2008/02/butch-davis.jpg





Even Lou Holtz of all people blew fat donkey balls when he was an NFL coach for an-oh-so short season.






So boys and girls..........in conclusion.......college success means absolutely jack**** when it comes to determining just how well you're going to do in the NFL. You can recite all the statistics you want, but being able to be a good college coach doesn't necessarily translate into being a good NFL coach. Carroll showed himself to be a rather mediocre coach in his short stint in NFL coaching and until he proves otherwise, there's no reason to expect him to any better this time-around.


USC is going down and Pete Carroll will suck in the NFL again. Win-win situation. lulz


What are you proving?

First, your stats are incorrect, so I fixed them for you. And before you say I'm proving your point, playoff wins don't mean anything without a ring. Just ask Matt Hasselbeck.

Secondly, legendary NCAA coach =/= NFL franchise's savior. Jesus, you feel about coaches the way we've felt about quarterbacks in San Francisco for the past decade. "Omg this is the guy...I know this is the guy!"

My gut tells me this will be a failed maneuver by the Seahawks. However, I would like to see Carroll bring success to the Seahawks. It'll make the NFC West interesting (and more than the two-pony race it will inevtiably be for the next several years) and bring respectability to a division that has, well, never been respectable.

But trying to justify your claims that Pete Carroll will be the messiah by comparing his mediocre career record to Wade Phillips's mediocre career record is like saying a handjob from a fat chick is better than a handjob from will1evermakeit. My reaction is the same: "Eh, sure, whatever."

Either way, you're still a homer. Gtfo.

KC pls go.


Seacawks just made the first step in a 5 year slide towards oblivion.

At least now he can legally pay the players


lmao i was like lmao

Several good things have happened here:

-All the good California recruits will head up to Nor Cal
-USC homers will stfu
-the Seacawks will suck moar
-KC will have to eat his crow when the above three things happen


lmao. Keep telling yourself that. Go look at the drafts the Pats had with him as their coach.

I'll laugh my ass off if they draft Mays in the first.

We'll see how his recruiting skills by taking the best high school players in the states helps him out in the NFL.


That's the 3rd time you've tried to make an argument by comparing Carroll to other coaches in the league. That would be valid IF he had mentioned Singletary...but he didn't. Where Singletary comes into this argument is beyond me. At what point did he say "Singletary > Carroll?"

Oh, and for what it's worth, Singletary has a better winning percentage than Carroll. Just sayin.


lulz

Cowboys advanced to the next round of the playoffs. Where are the seahawks?



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sportsmiscHOF
02-02-2014, 09:26 PM
He a good coach, seahawks might be a force in the coming years.

usc gonna suck monkey balls now.

wizard


Good night sweet Seahawks.

lol


Wow can you say overrated?

$7 million a year?

That's not even the type of money you give a coach after he's won a Super Bowl.

lol


Carroll's record in the NFL is less stellar than in the NCAA, and let's face it, at USC, his teams, from top to bottom, are consistently heads and shoulders above the rest of the NCAA in terms of talent and top recruits. (No USC fan, but they have the best recruiting in college football.)

lol


pete carroll is 33-31 as an NFL head coach. Hey, lets pay him $7mill a year.

lol


Pete Carroll's NFL record: 34-33

Yeah brb bringing in a mediocre coach to a terrible team and running the division, beating out a very solid team (Arizona) and a team breathing down the neck of contention (San Francisco).

Sorry to burst your homer bubble but the division belongs to the Cards and the Niners, and will for the next several years.

LOL