Why is Pete Carroll so patient about the struggling Seahawks defense? 'It's out of necessity'

A week ago, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll thought his optimism and patience were paying off.If far from perfect, Seattle’s 37-27 victory over the 49ers on Nov. 1 had looked like a clear step in the right direction for the beleaguered defense — the Seahawks giving up just 112 yards in the first three quarters. And now, for their game against the Bills, the Seahawks were going to add strong safety Jamal Adams, back from injury, and end Carlos Dunlap, acquired via trade.“I would have felt clear about that,” Carroll said Monday. “We came into this game (Sunday against Buffalo) to go ahead and contin…

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