My personal two favorite things about Russell Wilson

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  • 1. From everything we've heard and read he's an even better person then football player, and he's a GREAT football player.

    2. He's only going to get better.
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  • I think if you're a fan of the Seahawks you're a pretty happy person right now.
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  • Pocket awareness. That's my favorite part of Russ.
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  • He never panics. Thats what I like about him.
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  • Question is he going to finish with a better career than Drew Brees?
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  • My favorite, from his press conference:

    "I am blessed to be a Seahawk. This is where i wanted to play."
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  • Riley12 wrote:My favorite, from his press conference:

    "I am blessed to be a Seahawk. This is where i wanted to play."


    Can you find that? It really hits home because the Seahawks have been a down troddn team at times where people say they can't do it. Nothing would make all the past misery forgotten quicker than Russell Wilson taking this team to the Superbowl and winning it all. :thirishdrinkers:
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  • His big hands. That's usually what I look for in men anyways.
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  • Riley12 wrote:My favorite, from his press conference:

    "I am blessed to be a Seahawk. This is where i wanted to play."


    It's a nice thought. Not sure if I buy it though.
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  • I live in Raleigh, NC and followed Russell Carrington Wilson throughout his NC State College Career. This is a QB who once threw 379 straight passes without interception. An NCAA record. Can you imagine that? That's like going a whole season without throwing a pick. When you don't turn the ball over and know how to make first downs you accomplish a few things:
    +You keep the opposing QB on the sideline for a long time.
    +You rest your defense and tire the other team's defense.
    +You rarely give the other team a short field to play with.
    +He doesn't take many sacks.
    +You always give your team a chance to win.

    That's what Russell Wilson has done all his career. That's how he operates. It is not luck. Furthermore, he is extremely durable and very well prepared. Did I say he was an incredible smart and hard working player? His decision making
    His style can be "boring" at times, because he doesn't take chances down the field and is not spectacular, but Russell Wilson is a model of consistency. You know what you are going to get and it is usually very solid.
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  • joeseahawks wrote:I live in Raleigh, NC and followed Russell Carrington Wilson throughout his NC State College Career. This is a QB who once threw 379 straight passes without interception. An NCAA record. Can you imagine that? That's like going a whole season without throwing a pick. When you don't turn the ball over and know how to make first downs you accomplish a few things:
    +You keep the opposing QB on the sideline for a long time.
    +You rest your defense and tire the other team's defense.
    +You rarely give the other team a short field to play with.
    +He doesn't take many sacks.
    +You always give your team a chance to win.

    That's what Russell Wilson has done all his career. That's how he operates. It is not luck. Furthermore, he is extremely durable and very well prepared. Did I say he was an incredible smart and hard working player? His decision making
    His style can be "boring" at times, because he doesn't take chances down the field and is not spectacular, but Russell Wilson is a model of consistency. You know what you are going to get and it is usually very solid.



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