The Seahawks lost by three and Blair Walsh left nine on the field, but coach Pete Carroll said he wasn’t bringing another kicker this week. Of course, a skeptic might think that could also be because they’re three days from kicking off again. During his weekly appearance on 710 ESPN, Carroll was careful to point out that Walsh had only missed one field goal all year prior to Sunday’s loss to Washington. “No, we will not,” Carroll said, via Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. “He’s 12-for-13 going into the game, guys. That was a hard day for whatever reason. We didn’t kick the ball off very well, either. It was just a hard day to kick the ball for us.” Walsh took the blame for the misses in the rainy, windy conditions, saying “those kicks were all me.” He missed from 44, 39, and 49 yards, all wide left.
Seahawks are sticking with Blair Walsh after nightmare day
Pro Football Talk | Nov 6