The Patriots and Seahawks are set to faceoff this Sunday, which means one thing . . . there's a reason to talk about how bad of a coach Pete Carroll was during his time with New England (1997-99).
Tony Massarotti isn't even close to as critical of him as Mike Felger is, though. While Mazz calls him "average", Felger is quick to debunk that myth, at first saying simply, "he sucks".
Then, Felger went into more detail.
"I feel the same thing happens with Drew Bledsoe. It's like, 'Hey, you know, he helped put them on the map and he was a good quarterback. He wasn't Brady, but boy he was pretty good for his time...' What's the matter with you people? Are you on drugs? Do you have bad memories? Or do you just want to neglect what these guys were? Pete Carroll showed up here and took an incredibly talented team ... between Pete Carroll and Bobby Greer they just about drove that thing into the ground. Rephrase: They drove that thing into the ground. He wasn't OK. He sucked, he sucked."