3 Reasons Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks Cannot Fail in 2012

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3 Reasons Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks Cannot Fail in 2012
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Carroll's squad must show improvement next year

After a mediocre 2011 campaign, the Seahawks are building hype around next season.

Seattle brought in Matt Flynn by paying him $26 million in the offseason, to compete for a starting gig with the team.

With an exciting young defense, the Hawks could turn some heads next season.

Yet the Seahawks still have question marks along the offensive line, since Russell Okung has not started more than 12 games in a season.

By bringing in rookie Bruce Irvin and the emergence of Earl Thomas last season, it is obvious Pete Carroll has focused on improving the defense.

If Flynn is not the answer for the offense though, Seahawk fans could be in for another dreadful season.

Seattle must succeed in 2012 for a plethora of reasons.

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