Russell Wilson was not in favor of shooting Brian Schottenheimer

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Seahawks Launch the attack coordinator Brian Schottenheimer on Tuesday. Russell Wilson He made it clear on Thursday that he was just a midfielder and would have preferred Schottenheimer’s comeback.

“I got Pay an appropriate amount But the coach [Pete Carroll] He makes those decisions, “Wilson said, via Greg Bell News Tribune.

Wilson answered “no” twice when asked if he supported Schottenheimer’s departure after three seasons. The team cited “philosophical differences” as the reason for the shooting.

Wilson said, “I think it wasn’t my decision to change ‘shoti’, but I think Coach Carroll made that decision. I think I trust his decision. But at the same time, it was clear that I and Shoty were very close. I mean, he’d be a great coach elsewhere.

“But what I stand for is that our soccer team is getting better. If you ask me what is really important to win tournaments. That’s what I support. I think what is really crucial is any decision – whether it’s the offensive coordinator or the players that we sign or assign to every decision throughout the season.” Or, out of season, and everything else – philosophy, the most important thing about this winning process, and we do everything to make sure we do. That’s what I always prefer is to win. So Coach Carroll decided it was time to make a change. Listen, it was. He’s been doing it for much longer than me. So you have to trust his decision. “

But Wilson, He wants to say In Who Hires the Seahawks to Replace Schottenheimer.

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“I think that’s very important,” Wilson said. “I think Coach Carol and I, we have to be on the same wavelength. Coach Carroll and I have been able to speak clearly for the last three days, about a lot of different things and everything else and we’re really trying to figure out, well, do you know how far we can go? where are we going? What’s the plan?’ And all of these things. So I think a lot of things for me and coach, I hope to be able to participate in the thought process of the next person and to really be that person really able to help influence this soccer team, this organization, to be a really great coach for us and help with To be part of our leadership to the Promised Land, clearly. “

Seahawks averaged 34.3 points per game during their first eight matches. They averaged 22.8 points for the rest of the season.

Having been nominated for MVP in the first half of the season, Wilson averaged 223.5 yards per game and made 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions in his last 10 matches, including a wild card loss.

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