Seahawks starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson threw the ball pretty well during warm-ups before Sunday’s game in Cleveland, but ultimately Carroll decided against putting in his quarterback after not practicing most of the week according to Eric Williams of the Tacoma Tribune.
With that said, Carroll said there’s a good chance that Jackson will play next week against Cincinnati at home.
“He threw the ball very well under the circumstances, but he’s not 100 percent,” Carroll said. “And he was going to have to say, ‘I can go. I can do it. I don’t feel it.’ And really give us a real positive on it. It’s really up to him right now because he’s the one that’s feeling it. But we thought if he doesn’t go today, that he’ll have a chance to go next week. And if he did go, we didn’t know what would happen.”