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 Post subject: We will look back on week 6 as a turning point
 Post Posted: Sun Oct 14, 2012 3:34 pm 
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We're now atop the NFC West with the AZ and SF losses and we have the easiest part of our schedule to go. This was a season changing win, and Russell Wilson put the team on his back to do so.

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 Post subject: Re: We will look back on week 6 as a turning point
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We came in to the game 3-2 and were in every game at the end.... Not sure how another win is considered a turnin point


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 Post subject: Re: We will look back on week 6 as a turning point
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Obviously, this was a huge win for us. Going into today, we had 2 losses to teams we feel we are better than, one huge legitimate win against Dallas, a gimme against GB, and a nice road win at Carolina. However, in order for it to be a turning point, we would have had to be going in some negative direction, which we weren't. I see today as one of those weeks where we got A LOT better and we were able to beat a great team with a great QB and a great coach.

To your point, I think the fans may have turned a page today, more so than the team. I think the Russell bashing will wane severely this week and we, as fans, can leave that debate behind. One can only hope, anyway.


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 Post subject: Re: We will look back on week 6 as a turning point
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[quote="LoneHawkFan"]Obviously, this was a huge win for us. Going into today, we had 2 losses to teams we feel we are better than, one huge legitimate win against Dallas, a gimme against GB, and a nice road win at Carolina. However, in order for it to be a turning point, we would have had to be going in some negative direction, which we weren't. I see today as one of those weeks where we got A LOT better and we were able to beat a great team with a great QB and a great coach.

To your point, I think the fans may have turned a page today, more so than the team. I think the Russell bashing will wane severely this week and we, as fans, can leave that debate behind. One can only hope, anyway.[/quote

IMO, the term "turning point" is very appropriate. We have been in negative direction since losing Hutch. Which almost coincides with the last time we had a QB we could count on. Great win today and I believe several questions were answered with this win. With a rook, we just beat the best O in the league who came in 12-1 on the road. The fact this win shuts up Flynn supporters (like myself) contributes to this win being something of a turning point for the franchise, IMO.


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 Post subject: Re: We will look back on week 6 as a turning point
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Dear god I hope this is the end of the Russell bashing. Dude just won a mini-shootout against the most powerful offense in the league (complete with a long bomb game winning score). Anyone spewing spite after this is just being a contraroan asshole.

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 Post subject: Re: We will look back on week 6 as a turning point
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Today was definitely a turning point. This will be the game everyone looks back and says the team turned the corner and became a playoff team. Our first 8 games were so brutal that I remember saying if we went 4-4 we'd be sitting fantastic because the remaining 8 games we could go 6-2 and finish 10-6.

We're sitting fantastic. We could go 5-3 or even 6-2.

Game on in SF.

And Can, you won't hear a peep out of me about Flynn starting anymore. Wilson proved it's his job today. I finally saw a winner out there today. Great come from behind win.

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