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 Post subject: If the NFL were going to end in five years.......
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And you knew there were only five more opportunities left for the Seahawks to win a Super Bowl which quarterbacks would you trade Wilson for? I think the list will be relatively short but wan ted to see how my opinions differed from the rest of you. I've given this a fair amount of thought this evening and tried to be as unbiased as possible. So here's my list:

For sure: Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees

Probably: Ben Roethlisberger (toughest call), Andrew Luck, Matt Ryan, Eli Manning

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Why would we need to trade Wilson? He can do it himself!

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Tom Brady, Rodgers, Manning (either one, honestly), Big Ben (kill me now), Brees


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None. Honestly. Sometime in the next 5 years Wilson is going to get one, maybe more than one.

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None. Honestly. Sometime in the next 5 years Wilson is going to get one, maybe more than one.


If you're truly being unbiased you can't possibly deny that Aaron Rodgers as our QB wouldn't increase our chances of a Super Bowl ring.

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SacHawk2.0 wrote:
None. Honestly. Sometime in the next 5 years Wilson is going to get one, maybe more than one.


If you're truly being unbiased you can't possibly deny that Aaron Rodgers as our QB wouldn't increase our chances of a Super Bowl ring.


I just can't get away from how good Wilson is under pressure. Kinda like Joe Montana if his wiki page is true.


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Tom Brady, Rodgers, Manning (either one, honestly), Big Ben (kill me now), Brees


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Am I the only one who cant do increbilely hypothetical questions like this? I mean why not just go back and take Johhny Unitas?

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Aaron Rodgers would not be productive with our system, IMHO. Not because he couldn't hit receivers but because our line issues are being masked by RW mobility. I don't think Rodgers is as mobile. I keep RW.


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Aw hell no. None. Give me Wilson or give me death!

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I would stick with Wilson. And no I'm not even sort of joking. I'm that convinced he's going to win us our first Super Bowl within 5 years.

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Those Mayans better be wrong...

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Those Mayans better be wrong...


Course they are wrong. That's why the dummies disappeared.

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If the answer doesn't factor their salaries (huge cap hit... current team decimated in the trade) then Rodgers...maybe E.manning

If we would tune the offense 100% to his strengths (and cable would bitch slap him every time he exposed himself to unnecessary contact) then...MAYBE....Wait a damned second...(and we got the rams draft haul from the skins trade to get him) RGIII

otherwise?PSSHHHH..no thank you..rollin with Dangeruss

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Well you didn't say football ended, so I would just watch College or CFL. Must watch football!

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IBleedBlueAndGreen wrote:
And you knew there were only five more opportunities left for the Seahawks to win a Super Bowl which quarterbacks would you trade Wilson for? I think the list will be relatively short but wan ted to see how my opinions differed from the rest of you. I've given this a fair amount of thought this evening and tried to be as unbiased as possible. So here's my list:

For sure: Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees

Probably: Ben Roethlisberger (toughest call), Andrew Luck, Matt Ryan, Eli Manning


None, Brady is too old and could have a career ending injury at any moment. Brees is over the hill and his play of late is showing it. Remember he had shoulder surgery. Aaron Rodgers is too overconfident and I don't believe he puts in the time like he used to.

I would trade Russell Wilson for no one.

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Aaron Rodgers has been kind of a bitchpants lately. No thanks.

Call it homerism, but I'd stick with DangeRuss over any other QB any day of the week.

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With the way Wilson has steadily been improving each and every game I'm surprised anyone would pick another QB. This kid, as stated earlier, will lead us to a SB win if not several. If you doubt that just re-watch the Bears game when he carried the team on his back to win it. Hell, just re-watch the game anyway, it was bloody awesome!

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Aaron Rodgers, maybe RG3. And that's it.

Brady is terrific, but he wouldn't be playing in the same offense here, and he's 34. Drew Brees is starting to feel his age a bit. Peyton Manning is still very good, but for how much longer? Since week five Wilson has been one of the best QBs in the NFL and he's still getting better.

I'd take Rodgers over him since our offense is similar enough to Green Bay's that you could expect him to produce for us. That plus he's young enough to still give you a shot at a title 5 years from now. He also has playoff experience and Superbowl experience. RG3 is a close one, but I'd probably trade for him too just because his ceiling is so ridiculously high and he's achieving it faster than anyone thought. He's a fast learner and a hard worker. He can take over a game in a way that even Wilson can't.


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Brady, peyton manning, then i would take big ben before discount double check boy though..

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Andrew Luck is by everyone's account a LOT better so that will be the obvious pick.........

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