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Pete Carroll went through every emotion while watching Russell Wilson convert a 4th down

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had to gain a few inches for a first down in the fourth quarter, but things started to look bad as soon as the ball was snapped.

Wilson evaded a sack and gently lobbed it to his receiver, which is great, but Pete Carroll could not watch a second of the initially agonizing play.

It's okay, Coach Carroll. The Seahawks managed to get those extra few inches for the first down—and then some. You can open your eyes now.

Maybe he was just sending some positive vibes to the field.

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SB Nation presents: The Seahawks will be alright