Watch and listen in to what the Seattle Seahawks had to say following the team's 6-6 tie with the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday. The tie was the first in franchise history.
Bobby Wagner on what the game says about Seattle's defense:"It just shows how talented we are and how strong we are, how hard we're willing to fight to get the win. It's unfortunate it came to a tie, but it felt like we played pretty well and we should've walked away with the win. We'll watch the film and see what we could have done better."
Jermaine Kearse: "It's an awkward feeling. You didn't lose, but you didn't win. Obviously, we wanted to come out with the win. It's a feeling we're not trying to get used to. Take it for what it is and just move on to next weekend and prepare for that game."
Pete Carroll on Cliff Avril: "He's doing great and he was really giving them troubles. I thought the rush was really hard on Carson (Palmer), I think, I don't know his numbers but it seemed like it. I thought they did a darn good job."
Russell Wilson: "I don't really believe in ties. I don't know. I guess it's just better than a loss. That's, I guess, one way to look at it. Like I said, offensively, we'll make plays, we'll find ways to make plays. We've been making plays all year, and unfortunately today we didn't make enough. We had a chance at the end of the game. We have the best field goal kicker in the National Football League out there and, unfortunately, it didn't go in this time. The next time, it will."
Pete Carroll on what he said to Steven Hauschka after he missed the potential game-winning field goal: "Just checked in with him. He has been making kicks for us for years. I love him and he's our guy. I was watching it, I was watching the sequence and if we weren't right or our timing wasn't right, if we weren't in the sequence that we normally are, I would've called a time-out there because I don't want us to rush anything. Everything looked fine and we were clean and I thought the best thing was to let our guys do what they always do. Of course we figure we're going to make it."
Steven Hauschka onhis confidence going into the final field goal attempt: "I was very confident. It is just an unfortunate play and I feel bad about it. But we are going to grow and get stronger. I will be a stronger kicker after this."