Early Monday morning, head coach Pete Carroll joined the team's flagship radio station 710 ESPN Seattle for his weekly conversation with Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil.
"It was just a really good, solid game," Carroll said of his team's 45-17 Week 3 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars yesterday at CenturyLink Field.
Carroll credited Sunday's success to a "natural" and "comfortable" game plan that saw a steady mix of run and pass on offense coupled with another dominating defensive performance. Carroll also pointed to the job the team did to limit mistakes, as the Seahawks were flagged just four times for 24 yards after racking up 19 flags for 183 yards through the first two weeks.
"It's really about understanding that the other guys don't have anything to do with how you perform," Carroll said. "We take care of our own business by the way we prepare every week. We're not trying to play the greatest game of our life. We're just trying to play like we're capable."
Below are a few more nuggets from Carroll's Monday conversation with "Brock and Danny"
- Carroll gushed over quarterback
Russell Wilson's command of the offense. "This is really cool," he said. "It's really fun now. There's so many things available to us so often. He has total freedom."
- Defensive end
Michael Bennettis playing better than the coaching staff originally thought he would. "He's way more active," Carroll said.
We'll hear more reaction from coach Carroll later today when he meets with reporters at 3 p.m. PT at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. You can watch that press conference live at shwks.com/live.