Seahawks 39-30 Victory Over The Pittsburgh Steelers
Pete Carroll opened his postgame press conference with the obvious.
“What a football game that was today,” the Seahawks coach said after his team’s thrilling 39-30 victory over the Steelers.
Even as the Seahawks head coach was busy trying to help his team hang on for a win, Carroll could also appreciate what was one of the most exciting games of the season.
In a game that featured big plays and clutch third-down conversions from both the Steelers and the Seahawks, there were five lead changes, including three in the fourth quarter in a span of just over four minutes. And unlike in their five losses this season, the Seahawks finished strong against a very good opponent to improve to 6-5.
A big finish against a quality opponent leads our five takeaways from the Seahawks Week 12 win over the Steelers.
1.The Seahawks finished, and they might just have some momentum going in their favor.
2. he offense “looked familiar again.”
3. Once again, Richard Sherman was up to the challenge of guarding an opposing team’s top target.
4. DeShawn Shead also stepped up to a big challenge.
5. The Seahawks finally won the turnover battle and a game on the same day.
November 30, 2015 - full Article at Seahawks.com
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