Pete Carroll says Seahawks don’t need a ‘reboot’, praises Jody Allen

The Seattle Seahawks are in the basement of NFC West for the first time in 25 years and calls for change have multiplied among fans. The organization is set for a tough offseason with many decisions to be made, especially regarding the future of head coach Pete Carroll and quarterback Russell Wilson at Emerald City.

The team’s 2021 season has been a failure, but perhaps a necessity. The Seahawks have been a completely uninspiring team throughout the 2021 season, even with Wilson under center. A complete rebuild can be somewhat drastic, but there are aspects of the team that need to be addressed if they are to eventually become a championship contender again.

Carroll told ESPN Seattle 710 he doesn’t think the Seahawks need a full roster purge or even a change in philosophy, saying the foundations for a Super Bowl-caliber team are in place. and should be amplified accordingly.

Carroll also revealed that Seahawks owner Jody Allen had been involved in day-to-day operations with him and general manager John Schneider since taking over from his late brother Paul and would continue to work closely with them to resolve team issues during the off season.

It’s unclear how far Allen will go until this offseason, but fans are sure to be hoping that not much will stay the same when it comes to people and philosophy. Carroll and Schneider’s jobs may not be secure, even in the short term.

However, the Seahawks have two more games to go and Allen will most likely wait until the remainder of the season is over before making any decisions about them and the future of the franchise as a whole.

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