By Jonathan Auping
- To Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, the breakout performance of Kevin Ogletree
was about more than Ogletree’s own maturation, but it was also a sign of the dangerous potential of the Cowboys’ offense.
Carroll explained his thought process as he watched Ogletree catch for over 100 yards and two touchdowns in last week’s season opener against the Giants.
“(I was) fretting the fact that they have a whole other weapon to go along with the guys that are playing with him,” Carroll said. “Miles and Dez are great players and then here comes Kevin having a big game.”
Carroll also explained that if tight end Jason Witten
is back to 100 percent then there will be another dynamic to their offense.
“We didn’t see as much of Jason and I’m sure we’ll get to see more of Jason Witten too,” he said. “He’s an extraordinary factor in their offense. It’s just one problem after another.”
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