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He’s short. He doesn’t pass the eye test. Other than that, is there another criticism you can levy at Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson?
Think hard. You’ll have to if you want to try to take Wilson down a peg. Right now, he’s looking like not only the best player in the NFL (according to vanquished opponent Ryan Clark), but also the Seahawks’ best quarterback of all time. He’s already staked his claim as the greatest rushing quarterback in Monday Night Football history. And he doesn’t even like to rush that much.
So, the Seattle Seahawks are not robots. Good to know. I’m not exactly certain where that rumor started but we have no less of an authority than Washington unfortunately-and-offensively-possibly-in-tribute-possibly-not-named-after-indigenous-people-nicknamed-team (or UAOPITPNNAIPNTs) offensive tackle Trent Williams, who definitively cleared up this (apparently) circulating misnomer. Thanks, Trent.
For as well as the Seattle Seahawks have played in the confines of CenturyLink Field, it must pain them to spend a weekend away from the 12th man. Thanks to the vagaries of the NFL schedule, the Seahawks had better get used to a little separation anxiety.
Seahawks fans believe in the power of 12. Will it translate into 12 wins? Anything less and it’s anyone’s divison. Read my latest article, published in the Seattle PI, Comcast SportsNet Northwest, YardBarker and Oregon Sports News.
Well. That was a bit of a head scratcher. The defending world champion Seattle Seahawks sourly dropped a lop-sided road game in San Diego on Sunday to the tune of 30 – 21. Coming off of their season-opening thrashing of the Green Bay Packers, Seattle took their talents on the road to southern California and shriveled like raisins in the heat.
Let me tell you a story. It’s the NFL season opener. Two teams: two Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks. The reigning Super Bowl champions are squared off against a top contender from their own conference. It’s Thursday night before the full regular Sunday/Monday schedule. The game is hyped as a playoff preview, among other things.