Seattle has perfect offensive finish to beat Bears
RENTON, Wash. -- The distances the Seattle Seahawks offense needed to cover late in regulation and then again in overtime left plenty of opportunity, as Pete Carroll put it, to "really screw it up."
Not with Russell Wilson at the controls. Not with the way this rookie is playing.
"There's really nothing to hold us back with what we can do and ask the quarterback to do with the system and all of that now. He can really handle the package," Carroll said. "We're trying to benefit from ...
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