SEATTLE — If K.J. Wright had simply fallen on the loose ball as it bounced, there would be no controversy hanging over the Seattle Seahawks.
Instead, Wright did as he's been instructed to make sure the ball didn't end up back in the hands of the Lions. It was calculated and intentional and added another Monday night controversy to Seattle's history.
Yes, the Seahawks received a break when a flag wasn't thrown on Wright for illegal batting after he guided Calvin Johnson's fumble out of the back of the end zone for a touchback, giving Seattle possession.
The Seahawks are freely admitting as much after their 13-10 win, with Pete Carroll saying on his radio show on KIRO-AM...