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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks have seen the Jets' ugly game film from last week, when Ryan Fitzpatrick kept throwing the ball to the other team.

One interception after the other — six in all for the New York quarterback.

Carroll's not expecting anything close to that type of slopfest on Sunday when the Seahawks (2-1) take on the Jets (1-2).

"Well, there's three games, plus the preseason and last season, and we have all kinds of stuff we're looking at," the Seattle coach said.

New York will be facing a tough task Sunday against the NFL's Number 1-ranked defense.