Richard Sherman Yelled At His Coaches For Passing Ball On The 1-Yard Line During TNF (Video)
Since Super Bowl 49 against the New England Patriots, all Seahawks players and fans have heard is why didn’t the team give the ball to Marshawn Lynch instead of throwing it, which led to a game-ending interception.
After destroying the Los Angeles Rams on TNF, CB Richard Sherman revealed that he yelled at coach Pete Carroll for throwing the ball on the 1-yard line instead of trying to punch it in with a run.
“I’m upset about us throwing from the 1,” Sherman said afterward. “I’d rather do what most teams would do, making a conscientious decision to run the ball.”
Sherman said he was initially talking to Pete Carroll on the sideline, but then offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell got involved.
“Yeah, I was letting [Carroll] know. We’ve already seen how that goes,” Sherman said, alluding to the Seahawks’ Super Bowl XLIX loss to the New England Patriots, which ended on a Russell Wilson interception in a similar situation.
“I’m sure you guys have seen that play enough times,” Sherman said.
This time around, the Seahawks actually scored: