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Just saw this- pretty darn good highlight vid. Comes from Diesel Productions who does some pretty good highlight videos for every NFL team. Last year he did the the Marshawn Lynch / Tech N9ne video, which was pretty good as well.



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Full storm,,I Love this stuff.


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I'd love to know where he got his video from. Kind of looked like NFL films. Is that out already?


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GAAAAWWWDDD I love Russell Wilson.

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Thanks Kearly, loved the video but not the music :roll: at me, I'm old :les:

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I'm so jacked that we have a guy that gives us a really...really good chance to score in every game he steps foot on the field. No more white knuckles going into fourth quarter down a score, and basically not having a chance to win the game.


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Thanks Kearly, loved the video but not the music :roll: at me, I'm old :les:



Not to worry Bob, rap is the lack of musical skills. Its what happens when someone can't play an instrument and can't sing. In fact can barely speak understandably.

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Where do some of these guys get all this footage from games that isn't on the live broadcasts?

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Every time I read a thread about the guy, regardless of the topic, I think about his play. Today's thought is his ability to think quick and move, while maintains that desire to complete a pass and working behind the line of scrimmage. Or, if it collapses, he just gets out of there and rolls. This is something we have never had a Seahawk fans. There are so many plays that he sees the pressure and positions himself to actually give the receiver a chance rather than just throw the ball away.

We know the guy is a stellar citizen and has a serious off-field rapport. He is going to take the greater Seattle area over in a big way.

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So many great plays. That long bomb to Baldwin in the Patriots game, when he was running to his left and threw back to his right...and placed it perfectly. Just amazing.

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So many great plays. That long bomb to Baldwin in the Patriots game, when he was running to his left and threw back to his right...and placed it perfectly. Just amazing.

That's one kind of a pass that most Coaches try to discourage the Quarterbacks from attempting to throw, because of the chances of the pass losing velocity, and a higher percentage for an interception.
Wilson makes those extraordinary passes look easy to do. :th2thumbs:


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So many great plays. That long bomb to Baldwin in the Patriots game, when he was running to his left and threw back to his right...and placed it perfectly. Just amazing.

That's one kind of a pass that most Coaches try to discourage the Quarterbacks from attempting to throw, because of the chances of the pass losing velocity, and a higher percentage for an interception.
Wilson makes those extraordinary passes look easy to do. :th2thumbs:


Exactly. I'd normally cringe seeing a QB trying to make that pass, but when it's Wilson I just get a sh*t eating grin because I know it's going to be something awesome.

Conversely, it was fun watching Sherman bait Kaepernick into throwing back across his body into the end zone and Sherm getting an easy pick in the game at C Link... silly Kapernick!

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I run a window tinting company in Kirkland. He got his rig tinted at another place in Bellevue, but when he did he met all the guys working on his vehichle and brought them all signed hats. Good guy.


That is cool. Best QB ever, but even better as a human being.


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Thanks Kearly, loved the video but not the music :roll: at me, I'm old :les:



Not to worry Bob, rap is the lack of musical skills. Its what happens when someone can't play an instrument and can't sing. In fact can barely speak understandably.

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I'd make fun of you both for being old and behind the times, but my little brother hates rap just as much as you do, and he's 27. It's not for everyone.


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Thanks Kearly, loved the video but not the music :roll: at me, I'm old :les:



Not to worry Bob, rap is the lack of musical skills. Its what happens when someone can't play an instrument and can't sing. In fact can barely speak understandably.

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I'd make fun of you both for being old and behind the times, but my little brother hates rap just as much as you do, and he's 27. It's not for everyone.


Yup, and it sucks for us'ns that can't listen to rap, cause that seems to be all they use for these videos these days :cry:

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Thanks Kearly, loved the video but not the music :roll: at me, I'm old :les:



Not to worry Bob, rap is the lack of musical skills. Its what happens when someone can't play an instrument and can't sing. In fact can barely speak understandably.

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Not all rap is bad. Though I do agree that a majority of the artist out there are pretty terrible, some rappers have a lot of substances a creativity in their songs. I understand that it might not be some peoples type of music but, saying rap or hip hop is a lack of musical talent is a bit far-fetched. I know I posted this in the Net Lounge but if you have time to check this out you'd understand rap itself is all that bad:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXcblBDTAoQ


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Just saw this- pretty darn good highlight vid. Comes from Diesel Productions who does some pretty good highlight videos for every NFL team. Last year he did the the Marshawn Lynch / Tech N9ne video, which was pretty good as well.


Pause RIGHT at 1:36. She totally wants Russell in her jimmies.

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OMG I fell in love with RW after the Gruden camp tape and have just continued to get a bigger man crush on the guy from the first training camp on.

I am getting to the point that I think he is my fav Hawk player of all time and I have done every game since the first. I hate to say that Steve may move to number 2. Sorry Steve.

I believe truly that RW will take us to the promised land.

Love all the highlight vids. Keep them coming cause they are all I have during this most un pleasant time called off season.

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At least a few inches bigger.

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We know the guy is a stellar citizen and has a serious off-field rapport. He is going to take the greater Seattle area over in a big way.


Somehow....someway, I see a Russell Wilson Avenue in Seattle's future. :th2thumbs:


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We know the guy is a stellar citizen and has a serious off-field rapport. He is going to take the greater Seattle area over in a big way.


Somehow....someway, I see a Russell Wilson Avenue in Seattle's future. :th2thumbs:


2nd ave. to Wilson Way :th2thumbs: :thirishdrinkers: :mrgreen:

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At least a few inches bigger.


You are, watching the video? Yeah, me too! ;)

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Thanks Kearly, loved the video but not the music :roll: at me, I'm old :les:



Not to worry Bob, rap is the lack of musical skills. Its what happens when someone can't play an instrument and can't sing. In fact can barely speak understandably.

:roll:


Not all rap is bad. Though I do agree that a majority of the artist out there are pretty terrible, some rappers have a lot of substances a creativity in their songs. I understand that it might not be some peoples type of music but, saying rap or hip hop is a lack of musical talent is a bit far-fetched. I know I posted this in the Net Lounge but if you have time to check this out you'd understand rap itself is all that bad:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXcblBDTAoQ



Oh yes people try to convince me there is music in there somewhere. Understand I spent 10 years working for a record and tape company so know a bit about what is/is not music.

I'm one of those old fashioned guys that believe should involve some type of music. Not talking in tongues with no musical instrument in sight. Now spouting poetry would be good for Williams Jennings Brian but I'd wager if you could have heard him he would speak in a language all people understood.

So don't try to make me "understand" ok? you have your opinion that people who can't play an instrument or sing musical notes are artists. Me...if a person can't make MUSIC then they should not expect me to listen to them spout their thoughts like Hitler did. Bad analogy I know but its about the same to me.

Now it isn't the person. I like the hell out of Will Smith and LL Cool J as actors. But that crap they spout & call music sounds like street corner braying/bullying to me!


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At least a few inches bigger.


You are, watching the video? Yeah, me too! ;)


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In most of the long passes Wilson throws..even if they wobble a bit in the air as they approach the reciever ...the ball straightens out in the last couple of yards and noses over to the exact fit in the recievers hands. I don't know that I've ever seen anyone else ever throw such catchable balls. That's accuracy Plus..Plus.

I never get tired of watching Wilson throw a football.


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I bet Russell Wilson likes rap.


I bet he like this video clip. Who wouldn't? He's already legend....and he's just getting started.


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I love Hip Hop & Russell Wilson.

I think Wilson might become my 3rd favorite Seattle Sports star ever..

1. Gary Payton
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I'd put Russell over Griffey.....and that's saying something.
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That said, Russell has a looooooong way to go to jump in front of Gary as my all time favorite Seattle star.

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