NFL: Bruce Irvine didn’t like playing at Allianz Arena in Germany

Bruce Irvine, defensive end for

Seattle Seahawks
on Monday, November 14, as terrible for the grass of the Allianz Arena in Munichwhich is the scenario in which his team lost 21-16 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Sunday.

The NFL blew us 10 hours to play in a terrible stadium,” the Seahawks complained of a defensive end.which, apparently, does not agree at all with these obligations outside the United States.

The duel between Seattle and Tampa Bay, from Week 10 of the 2022 NFL season, was the fourth in the series Five international matches are scheduled to be played in the league this year outside the United States, the first ever being in Germany.

Irvine wasn’t the only one lamenting the field’s condition. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he has seen his players struggle to keep their balance in various plays across all sectors of the field.

“The ground was tough for everyone, she showed. It was really slippery, I guess you could say, I felt it, for all positions for both teams, all I have to say is I wish it was a more solid track,” charged Carroll.

Bruce Irvin, Seattle Seahawks, NFL player

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A situation that coincided with Seattle quarterback Geno Smith, who explained how he and his teammates tried to solve the problem, but the truth wasn’t the best thing for the game’s natural progression.

“We used some long spikes to get a better ground, but even though we got a deeper foundation with that, the boot still slipped on the surface,” the quarterback said.

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The ‘boss’ of the pirates, Bowles would also like to relate to the opinions of his competitor’s members.

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“We talked about it before the game. In a way we understood how we had to deal with it. But it was very slippery and short on the grass, and in the end both sides suffered complications, although we didn’t use that as an excuse,” stressed the Bulls.

This NFL season’s international series began in London on 2 October with Vikings-Saints, and continued with Giants-Packers on 9th, both at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and Broncos-Jaguars on 30 October at Wembley Stadium.

The last game outside the United States this season will be the 49ers’ confrontation with the Cardinals on November 21 at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

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