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Keep Russ Cookin': Balance Offense Isn't Necessary for Russell Wilson's Seahawks

The idea of winning football games in a specific manner is such an outdated concept. Yet, certain coaching staffs still feel the need to publicly stress a balanced offensive attack.

The are Exhibit A, despite having behind center. Head coach Pete Carroll can't let go of what he feels is necessary to replicate the franchise's winning formula over the last decade, even if it's not in the team's best interest.

Marshawn Lynch isn't on the roster anymore. Wilson isn't a young quarterback in need of a complementary run game, either. Despite both of these things being true, Carroll continues to belabor the point to reporters about being a physical football team instead of evolving with what's available to him.