Noise continues to be a focal point of the week as the Seahawks prepare for the loud environment they’ll be playing in on Saturday night at Minnesota.
For the second straight day, today’s practice will feature artificial crowd noise blaring from speakers ringing the field, but Coach Pete Carroll keeps insisting that the racket will only become an issue on game day if the Seahawks let it become one.
“When you’re a great football team it doesn’t matter where you play,” Carroll said. “That’s what we’re aspiring to. On the road, if we play well and feed off one another, eventually we’ll make it quiet, eventually people will start leaving, eventually you’ll take control of the stadium.
“Is it easy? No, but we can rise up to that challenge.”