It's the internet. Every team has fans that do that after a loss. The Seahawks usually just have more reason to do so, as not only do they receive a large number of penalties, but their opposing teams receive on average 50% fewer penalties when they play the Seahawks. The Seahawks earn their own penalties, of that I have no doubt. It is more than a little suspicious though that every other team in the league supposedly plays tighter and cleaner games, only against the Seahawks.
Shows good balance and coordination; flexible athlete
Adequate upper body strength
Very good motor and stamina
Great intangibles and work ethic
Lacks some bulk to be a two-gap defensive tackle
Not a fit for every scheme
Not an elite run defender
Struggles against massive offensive linemen against run
Not overly powerful
Summary: McCoy is an amazing prospect and simply great at what he is - a three technique. He isn't going to be Vince Wilfork, and 3-4 teams won't target him. He will fit most 4-3 schemes looking for an elite pass rusher and someone who can disrupt opponents' backfields. He has elite intangibles and should be a definite top-10 pick. McCoy is my No. 1 defensive tackle for the 2010 NFL Draft.
Player Comparison: Kevin Williams. Williams is one of the elite defensive tackles in the NFL with his athleticism, instincts and pass-rush ability.