Pete Carroll: "We got nothing done."

Pete Carroll was pretty succinct in describing Sunday’s 33-3 loss in Oakland, so we’ll just let him tell you what he thought and call it good for the night. More to come tomorrow, including a bunch of injury updates most likely.

“Well, there’s no mystery to us what happened today. We got nothing done. We accomplished nothing in any aspect of our ball. We got whipped at the line of scrimmage at both sides of the ball, and the only redeeming factor was that halfway through the third quarter we still had a chance after not playing very well at any point.

“These guys were on fire all day long with the pass rush, their third down numbers were off the charts, and we couldn’t slow them down up front.

“That starts right with me. I’m in charge of getting these guys ready, and we didn’t play right today. The best thing we can do is get out of here, get on the plane and get back home. Get in the meeting room tomorrow and get started again and let this one get behind us.”

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