A press conference immediately following a Super Bowl victory parade is not typically a bastion for hard news.
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"There was a lot of concern about our offense and Russell's performance and all that, and I would continue to tell you that he was playing well within what we were expecting in games," the coach said Wednesday. "I thought there's always more production, there's always more yards out there of course, and all of that.
"But it was just exquisite effort from the quarterback," Carroll added. " ... We go into this season, this next season, this offseason, and my hopes are that he's really going to take another big step forward and he's going to continue to get better."
Carroll sounds confident Wilson will be able to shoulder the load.