Here is video of the Seattle Seahawks pulling off a fake punt while up by 30 points in the fourth quarter against the lowly Buffalo Bills. Why did you go and do a thing like that, Pete Carroll, and do you feel bad about this?
"I feel bad about this," Carroll said.
The Seahawks faced fourth-and-four at the Buffalo 43, leading 47-17 with 12:49 to play in the game. The Seahawks had prepared a fake punt in their game plan, designating it to be used if the Bills used a specific formation.
"It was an automatic for us," Carroll said.
Seattle being incapable of shutting down its punt offense, as if it's a machine rigged to level a mountain whether that mountain is a mountain or a mound of puppy dogs, is the best NFL thing of the week.
Also, a slightly edited version of the National Football Post writeup:
Bills coach Chan Gailey declined comment. The bet here is if Gailey ever has chance to seek [punt]back, he will.