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In case you didn't click that link, it's Russell Wilson related.


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Poor guy. Fans are idiots that rag on him for it. Rag on your crappy owner and crappy front office.

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I read it. A lot of fans are pissed their team didn't take Wilson.

Here in Seattle, we are riding a wave of forward thinking that had people thinking Pete might be done after 2012 if the Hawks didn't do well, and now after one good season we expect a run on tall press bail corners and big 5 techs.

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That's a huge bummer for him, but it'll go away after awhile.

Like, when he leaves KC.

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I thought it was hilarious personally. "Even my best friend thinks so." "If we had Wilson, we'd be dope"

Poor guy grew up a Chiefs fan, and now this is probably what he'll be remembered for. :lol:


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If he's hearing that kind of stuff just imagine what the punter from Jacksonville is hearing.

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I don't post at enemy boards, but I do go to them before and after games just to see how many talk about how they should have taken Russell Wilson.

My favorite was yesterday on path to the draft. One of the media dudes said even Seattle passed on him twice, so clearly no one knew he would be that good. I was hoping Schneider would walk over and punch him in the face, but alas. No such luck. I think Schneider would have taken him in the first round if his intel had told him too.

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I don't post at enemy boards, but I do go to them before and after games just to see how many talk about how they should have taken Russell Wilson.

My favorite was yesterday on path to the draft. One of the media dudes said even Seattle passed on him twice, so clearly no one knew he would be that good. I was hoping Schneider would walk over and punch him in the face, but alas. No such luck. I think Schneider would have taken him in the first round if his intel had told him too.


Wasn't Schneider talked off the ledge earlier in the draft before they took him at #75? I'm glad he took the dive, but I swear I read somewhere the Schneider wanted him a lot earlier.

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We know that PC has the final call on personnel amd the draft, so I imagine there are plenty of times JS has to really talk up a player to get PC to agree,...


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Wasn't Schneider talked off the ledge earlier in the draft before they took him at #75? I'm glad he took the dive, but I swear I read somewhere the Schneider wanted him a lot earlier.


Papa Pete specifically said he had to tell Uncle John he couldn't draft DangeRuss in the second round.

Schneider knew what Wilson was. NOBODY else in the NFL did.

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 Post subject: Re: Poor guy
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Uncle John went to four Wisconsin games to Witness Russell in person. He might be more obsessed with Wilson than Kearly.

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Scottemojo wrote:
Uncle John went to four Wisconsin games to Witness Russell in person. He might be more obsessed with Wilson than Kearly.

That's not possible.

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 Post subject: Re: Poor guy
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He's got nothing on me, though I suspect I've got nothing on Jon Gruden.

Scottemojo wrote:
One of the media dudes said even Seattle passed on him twice, so clearly no one knew he would be that good. I was hoping Schneider would walk over and punch him in the face, but alas. No such luck. I think Schneider would have taken him in the first round if his intel had told him too.


I had the same reaction when I saw that. JS would have taken Wilson at #12 if the hype had ever caught on and he was forced to. So would I. At the end of day one (first round) I joked on SDB that Seattle needed to draft Wilson in round 2 if they wanted to make me happy.

It's a lame argument anyway. I guess the Patriots are idiots because they didn't take Brady in the 1st? Some draft steals really are dumb luck, but Wilson and Brady ain't among them. Those were great players you could see coming if you were willing to step away from the process and it's discriminatory traits to give real thought to something. As my sig says, "if everyone's thinking alike, nobody's thinking."


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