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"All Russell Wilson has done this year is beat Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton and Tom Brady."


ROTY so far. No doubt about it

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Umm RG3 even though Wilson outplayed him today, RG3 just had too much draft hype.


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RGIII is still a rookie, if I recall.

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I wish to hell we played the Skins this year. Would have been great to watch RW vs RGIII.

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That is pretty impressive right there.

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What? ...Their tweet didn't have an asterisk next to Rodgers?

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Umm RG3 even though Wilson outplayed him today, RG3 just had too much draft hype.


I am very happy with RW but RGIII is not over-hyped. He (RGIII), will have a short career though if he continues to run the ball as much as he did today. Sooner or later, someone is going to lay the smack down on him.

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Crizilla wrote:
"All Russell Wilson has done this year is beat Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton and Tom Brady."


ROTY so far. No doubt about it


It's annoying when people are complete homer fans, even when it's for the Seahawks. Wilson was not the REASON we won those games, he was the QB for a team that dominated the opponents defensively. I love Wilson, he came up huge today, but he isn't near ROY status. Sure, that could change, but as of now, NOT EVEN CLOSE.


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Crizilla wrote:
"All Russell Wilson has done this year is beat Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton and Tom Brady."


ROTY so far. No doubt about it


It's annoying when people are complete homer fans, even when it's for the Seahawks. Wilson was not the REASON we won those games, he was the QB for a team that dominated the opponents defensively. I love Wilson, he came up huge today, but he isn't near ROY status. Sure, that could change, but as of now, NOT EVEN CLOSE.


Dude, cmon. Wilson outplayed Tom Brady today. Nearly 300 yards, 3 TD and no INT. That is a good part of the reason we won today.

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4-2 with that early schedule? That's impressive as hell. 1st three divisional games on the road and the Pat's, Packers, and Cowboys at home, really impressive thus far.

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I predicted 4-2 after 6 games. I thought we'd beat the Rams and Cardinals and lose to the Packers and Patriots, tho. Still, I'll take it, and this is maybe more interesting. But now we probably have to beat the 49ers at the 'Stick to get somewhere in the division.


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I'll tell you one thing. They would've had a hell of a hard time winning without Wilson.


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Wilson was a major contributor today, but our defense is much better than the defenses of the cowboys, packers, panthers, and patriots.


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Sorry, I wasn't including this game, Wilson was HUGE for the win today. For all other W's though, he was not at all the reason we won. And don't take it the wrong way, I'm a Wilson guy, but let's not go all ROY after this week. It was one single week against a terrible pass defense. Wilson hasn't played close to as well as RGIII or Luck. I'd even say he's not the most impressive rookie on this team, that's Wagner for sure.

I love me some Russell, and I think he's the long term answer, but he has not been consistently good, or in some cases not even average, to merit ROY consideration.


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Hasn't every game, with the exception of Dallas, been a come from behind win? I'd say yes be is a big reason we won those games.

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I see RGIII ending up like Vick...
He'll always try to do to much, he takes big hits, and he'll be trying to prove himself when he costs his team wins.
I'm happy with Russ, the game is slowing down for him.
And if we ever get the Oline working, he'll be unstoppable.
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Even though i am at sea i followed what i could on gamecast as slow and painful as it was. Looks like he and the WRs did a great job of coming up with big plays when we needed it. Although i am a Wilson guy he still has a long ways to go. But i do really think he will get there. He's a blue collar kid who will put in the work to get results. If he can start putting up 250 yds 2tds consistently that would be awesome. But the defense has been the MVP of the team this year no doubt about it. Everyone on the defense has contributed at some point in a game this season. Earl and Sherman with their timely picks today when things were looking bleak. Tells people how amazing this defense is when i honestly think Hill is the weakest player on it. Like i have been preaching all season be patient with these guys the potential and talent is there and if this season is at all like last season they will only get better as the season goes on. But i do agree @ SF is a must win to keep pace in our division. Hope the boys can keep getting it done.


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Crizilla wrote:
"All Russell Wilson has done this year is beat Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton and Tom Brady."


ROTY so far. No doubt about it

Except it was ET, Sherman, Kam, Browner, Irvin, Mebane, Red, Clem, etc. who beat those QB's. Wilson doesn't play against them, those guys do. Wilson beat those guys defenses.

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brendonkuhn wrote:
Crizilla wrote:
"All Russell Wilson has done this year is beat Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton and Tom Brady."


ROTY so far. No doubt about it


It's annoying when people are complete homer fans, even when it's for the Seahawks. Wilson was not the REASON we won those games, he was the QB for a team that dominated the opponents defensively. I love Wilson, he came up huge today, but he isn't near ROY status. Sure, that could change, but as of now, NOT EVEN CLOSE.


guy just said wilson didn't beat tom brady,
we all just saw wilson beat tom brady (in a freaking shootout, in a game where the D gave up their most points of the season and lynch ran for well under 100)

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I hate to sound like I'm piling on with negativity here, but seriously: Wilson's not even the best rookie on our team right now. There's this other guy you might have heard of, currently leading his class in sacks and playing like one of the best pass rushing specialists in the game, rookie or not.


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I hate to sound like I'm piling on with negativity here, but seriously: Wilson's not even the best rookie on our team right now. There's this other guy you might have heard of, currently leading his class in sacks and playing like one of the best pass rushing specialists in the game, rookie or not.


It'd make sense, Brucie was drafted in the first round. But how impressive is it that our 3rd round rookie QB just went blow for blow with Tom Brady and his offense with his own offense? That's crazy impressive, not sure why people are trying to diminish what Russell Wilson did out there yesterday. But I saw a dude bury a QB controversy and declare himself the future in 2 clutch drives that concluded with amazing TD plays.

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I hate the QB wins talk.
But if there were a stat for 4th quarter clutch, Wilson would be doing just fine.

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Jeezus people. I don't think they literally mean, Wilson beat those guys. I read it as he has a win over those guys. HIS team won. Of course, he didn't single-handedly beat them or outplayed them.


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