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 Post Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2012 3:42 pm 
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3rd best Completion Percentage for a rookie QB through first 8 games (behind Big Ben and RG3).


Gotta like that.

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I'm not sure if Wilson is tall enough to hold a clipboard.


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Thanks for the laugh, I needed it. We need a Russel Wilson drinking game. Say, every interception tequila shot, and every loss smoke two joints. Wait, what are we talking about?


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Russell Wilson is a boss.

Eat crow now, or eat it when he's won ROY. Your choice.


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He has NO chance for Rookie of the Year. Please stop.

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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Russell Wilson is a boss.

Eat crow now, or eat it when he's won ROY. Your choice.


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He has NO chance for Rookie of the Year. Please stop.



No chance? I will bet you he has a legit shot at the end of the year.... he may not win, but he will be in the race. I guarantee it.


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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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Not trying to get into this petty debate, but to say he has no chance for rookie of the year is beyond ridiculous. It's every bit as ridiculous as anyone claiming he has been the best rookie up to this point.

As for Wilson drinking games? Every time he says "tremendous" in his press conference, take a drink.

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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When you're Hasselbeck, saying there's no chance is pretty reasonable. In his opinion, Flynn should be starting. Kinda silly for him to think the guy he's done nothing but degrade and talk down about the past 2 months could be rookie of the year.

Realistically, odds are pretty low. Wilson would have to really take off. With such high profile competition as Luck and RG3, it's an incredibly uphill battle. Even if he put up better numbers. We all know the battle it is for Seattle players to get recognized against higher profile and East coast competition.


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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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I'll have to admit that as a third rounder rookie QB playing in Egypt and standing at 5'11" he'd have to really separate himself from the competition to win ROY, so that's a long shot. That said, his name will definitely be in the mix as one of the top considerations.

Funny that the bulk of the Wilson bashing is coming from someone that names himself after a noodle-armed QB that needed an awful lot of help from a superior OL and MVP running back. When you compare Matt and Russ's 1st season, RW is doing a MUCH better job as complete rookie and has WAY more upside. You didn't see this type of improvement from Matt during his first season.

Even now, when watching Hass play for the Titans, his demeanor in the pocket still looks jittery and nervous when compared to the cool, calm, collected yet quick RW3.

Maybe someone ought to take some time to explore the reason for their irrational hatred of a pretty darn good ROOKIE QB.


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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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SeaChase wrote:
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Russell Wilson is a boss.

Eat crow now, or eat it when he's won ROY. Your choice.


He is getting better, and I hope he continues to do so.


Sorry, too late....bandwagon is full. You can follow flynn to his next destination.

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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I'll have to admit that as a third rounder rookie QB playing in Egypt and standing at 5'11" he'd have to really separate himself from the competition to win ROY, so that's a long shot. That said, his name will definitely be in the mix as one of the top considerations.

Funny that the bulk of the Wilson bashing is coming from someone that names himself after a noodle-armed QB that needed an awful lot of help from a superior OL and MVP running back. When you compare Matt and Russ's 1st season, RW is doing a MUCH better job as complete rookie and has WAY more upside. You didn't see this type of improvement from Matt during his first season.

Even now, when watching Hass play for the Titans, his demeanor in the pocket still looks jittery and nervous when compared to the cool, calm, collected yet quick RW3.

Maybe someone ought to take some time to explore the reason for their irrational hatred of a pretty darn good ROOKIE QB.

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I agree with you but people will think you are trolling because on .net you are not allowed to talk poorly of Matt H.

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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Your avatar is breath taking!!!


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I keep thinking that if I watch it long enough, one will *bloop* out—Honestly though, she must be wearing the brand new Nike Elite pro halter top with extra stretching capability to be able to bounce like that w/o fear of a wardrobe malfunction.

I'm pretty sure they make an aerosol stickum to counter act that. :(

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Funny that the bulk of the Wilson bashing is coming from someone that names himself after a noodle-armed QB that needed an awful lot of help from a superior OL and MVP running back.ROOKIE QB.


I hate to go OT, but the year that Shaun was voted MVP by the league, IIRC the team voted Hass as team MVP. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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As long as he continues to improve, win games, lead the team, awards don't mean Sh**. This guy clearly gets it, and has the skills to be a very solid QB in the NFL. And this is coming from someone who wanted Flynn prior to the season. Wilson is doing a great job, and I'm confident having him as our QB.

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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I'll have to admit that as a third rounder rookie QB playing in Egypt and standing at 5'11" he'd have to really separate himself from the competition to win ROY, so that's a long shot. That said, his name will definitely be in the mix as one of the top considerations.

Funny that the bulk of the Wilson bashing is coming from someone that names himself after a noodle-armed QB that needed an awful lot of help from a superior OL and MVP running back. When you compare Matt and Russ's 1st season, RW is doing a MUCH better job as complete rookie and has WAY more upside. You didn't see this type of improvement from Matt during his first season.

Even now, when watching Hass play for the Titans, his demeanor in the pocket still looks jittery and nervous when compared to the cool, calm, collected yet quick RW3.

Maybe someone ought to take some time to explore the reason for their irrational hatred of a pretty darn good ROOKIE QB.


LOL. Oh joy.. 3 points here..

1.) I don't hate Russell Wilson. I just don't grossly overrate the guy like 95% of this board. And yes, I believe Matt Flynn would have success here.

2.) He has NO chance to win ROY. I'm sorry. ROY is an award that is largely dictated by media pub.. Andrew Luck and RG3 will get all the notice. But if you guys want to hang on to the belief that being a good guy and completing a bunch of checkdowns will somehow propel him over two guys the media fawn over (and rightfully so).. by all means, have fun with that. Hell, Wilson may not even be 5th on many voters ballots. Does that bother you? Probably.. I'm sure we will see 25 threads about media disrespect when the awards are announced.

3.) I'm happy Wilson looks better than Hasselbeck did after 8 games. That's fantastic. What the hell does that have to do with Russell Wilson winning Rookie of the Year? (PS. Russell Wilson isn't even on pace for 3000 yards.. a feat that "noodle arm" QB accomplished 8 times as a starter :) )

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 Post subject: Re: Wilson stats
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Realistically, odds are pretty low. Wilson would have to really take off. With such high profile competition as Luck and RG3, it's an incredibly uphill battle. Even if he put up better numbers. We all know the battle it is for Seattle players to get recognized against higher profile and East coast competition.


Not low. They don't exist.

Guys who will get more votes than Wilson:
- Andrew Luck
- Robert Griffin III
- Trent Richardson
- Alfred Morris

Guys who will merit consideration
- Brandon Weeden
- Ryan Tannehill
- Doug Martin

I could of course just be a giant hater and undervaluing Wilson's 28th best passing yards - who knows.

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Hawks are 4-4, Wilson is doing pretty damn good for a rook. Where would he be w/out the 79 drops vs. the Niners?

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RGIII will win ROTY barring a total collapse or injury, regardless of how Wilson plays.

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Realistically, odds are pretty low. Wilson would have to really take off. With such high profile competition as Luck and RG3, it's an incredibly uphill battle. Even if he put up better numbers. We all know the battle it is for Seattle players to get recognized against higher profile and East coast competition.


I could of course just be a giant hater and undervaluing Wilson's 28th best passing yards - who knows.


Did you buy a Flynn jersey in the offseason?

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2.) He has NO chance to win ROY. I'm sorry. ROY is an award that is largely dictated by media pub.. Andrew Luck and RG3 will get all the notice. But if you guys want to hang on to the belief that being a good guy and completing a bunch of checkdowns will somehow propel him over two guys the media fawn over (and rightfully so).. by all means, have fun with that. Hell, Wilson may not even be 5th on many voters ballots. Does that bother you? Probably.. I'm sure we will see 25 threads about media disrespect when the awards are announced.

I was going to stay out of it but... Do you really think that all this kid has done is be a good guy and complete a bunch of checkdowns? Regardless of the straw man, i must say i am sorry for your incredibly shallow, inaccurate, and negative view.

This season has been one of the most exciting seasons in almost 7 years, and that is largely due to Russel Wilson.

I am not going to look up stats (because i am lazy) but what sticks out to me while watching RGIII is his o-coordinator schemes very well to compliment his skill set, and uses the short passing game a shit ton. We just started using the short game, and hope we do more of it but to say we are jaded by Russel for his checkdowns is complete bullshit.

That said, carry on .net!

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Yeah, that 47 yard TD pass against the Pats was a nice checkdown, eh what?

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But if you guys want to hang on to the belief that being a good guy and completing a bunch of checkdowns will somehow propel him over two guys the media fawn over (and rightfully so).. by all means, have fun with that.


You may not be a hater, but statements like these make me wonder if you're actually watching him play.

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Sorry, too late....bandwagon is full. You can follow flynn to his next destination.


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I agree with you but people will think you are trolling because on .net you are not allowed to talk poorly of Matt H.


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Did you buy a Flynn jersey in the offseason?



Knock this garbage off. You've got a bad habit of jumping on people for their opinions, and even Wilson supporters like myself are getting sick of your abrasiveness.

If you're going to post, talk about the Seahawks. A lot of your posts don't even do that, and they're not the kind of post this board is looking for.

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But if you guys want to hang on to the belief that being a good guy and completing a bunch of checkdowns will somehow propel him over two guys the media fawn over (and rightfully so).. by all means, have fun with that.


You may not be a hater, but statements like these make me wonder if you're actually watching him play.


He's a troll. He consistently trolls people who enjoy and want to support the players and the team that we're fielding this season. He doesn't even have enough respect to act like a positive, functioning member of this community.

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