By Jason Keidel
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If you’ve listened to WFAN host Mike Francesa or feasted on the buffet of sports shows since the Super Bowl, you’re hearing excuses for the inexcusable.
Pete Carroll didn’t want Marshawn Lynch to win Super Bowl MVP.
Pete Carroll wanted Russell Wilson to win Super Bowl MVP.
Pete Carroll was using inverted logic to confuse Bill Belichick.
And there’s the cadre of conspiracy theorists, the grassy-knoll gang who think Roger Goodell was somehow piped into Carroll’s headset, making the dreadful, legacy-losing call from his luxury suite.