Cards fan here, I hate him because he isn't our quarterback.
Could you imagine what Fitzgerald could have done with Wilson as a QB? They would have needed quadruple coverage on him.
>mfw I was told there rumors that Fitzgerald was coming to the Seahawks
why did he lie to me
He has the "goat" mindset
He never panics ever. Still makes plenty of mistakes and shit tier passes but his poise is never in question.
He short, bulky manlet body is apparently indestructable. Even though he my have problems seeing over his offensive line, he doesn't have to bend far to recover a td.
This throwback would be fucking crisp.
>tfw he is 2nd in career passer rating to rodgers
he could be a goat if he follows the brady/big ben career path of being unleashed offensively as he gets older
>crying rule violation
>post specifically answered OP question
The buttravage is palpable
It's a great time to be a seahawks fan dude, win or lose. Watching Russel Wilson play is so fucking great. I love how even when his O-line is shit he can still make a play happen. It's just fun to watch.
Trust me, for most of us, like 95% he counts. It's just the other loud mouthed tweeting 5% who act like he isn't. It's just anything else, the vocal minority gets all the attention.
>liberals and blacks dismiss Russell Wilson and his Superbowl win because he isn't black enough
>upset Cam didn't win because he was a true 'black black'
- humble, serious, quiet, kind, and hard-working = not truly black
- while brash, arrogant, cocky, loud, whiny, race-card pulling = a TRUE black
Who are the true racists again?
The white ones. I know, because a white man said "boy" when referring to someone as being childish, and he has been deemed racist. I also know, because there was a half time show with 20 black girls celebrating the black panthers, and nobody cares.
Fuck, Rob Lowe simply criticized cam, and he's been called a racist now.
This is the ride we live on.
Pic related :there is literally nothing about it, you could describe as racist.
A top 10 QB who is the best in the league at creating plays.
wilson wouldnt have thrown a temper tantrum on the sidelines when his team needs him most
wilson wouldnt have pussed out of a fumble at thr most critical moment of his career
wilson wouldnt have ragequit a press conference like a bitch
Does Wilson secrete an oily, slippery substance through his pores when fearing for his life?
How does he manage to do this all the fucking time?
as a Seahawks fan, it never ceases to amaze me that Wilson has never missed a game.= due to injury.
i'm hoping this is the year they finally spend some money on the O-line.
running quarterbacks always blow out a knee or something and stop running. If that happens, expect your wins to magically disappear
does he ever get sacked twenty yards back? it looks like it should happen often
I can't wait for the day Wilson tries to do some of his magician shit and plants his foot wrong and eviscerates his ACL, MCL, PCL, LCL and meniscus, maybe throw his patellar tendon in there too and his career ends
Hell, Napoleon McCallum him and make his lower leg almost need to get amputated.
He's 27 years old. in 2-3 years his elite athleticism will be only above average and he'll have to throw from the pocket, even though he can't see over his linemen. He'll then have 6 years of mediocrity and be forgotten like Brad Johnson
>does he ever get sacked twenty yards back? it looks like it should happen often
No, he doesn't ever. Basically this is how Russell Wilson plays
>runs backwards 10-20 yards
>constantly just lets defenders slide off of him because of his low center of gravity
>eventually does this long enough so that the cornerbacks can't cover the receivers anymore (they aren't meant to cover for 10-15 seconds) and a receiver either breaks deep or does a comeback route and they are wide open
>Wilson chucks it or throws to the open guy
>THE GOAT QB!!!!!!
>On September 5, 1994, during a Monday Night Football contest and the Raiders' opening game of the season at the San Francisco 49ers, McCallum's career ended prematurely when 49ers linebacker Ken Norton Jr. twisted him to the ground. As Norton and McCallum went down, McCallum's left cleat stuck in the ground, forcing his knee into a horrible dislocation.
>McCallum suffered a complete hyperextension of his left knee, almost to a right angle. He suffered a ruptured artery in his left knee, and tore three ligaments, tore the calf and hamstring from the bone, and suffered nerve damage in the knee. He initially thought he'd only face a lengthy rehab, but McCallum's surgeon told him that there was no chance of him ever being medically cleared to play again. The surgeon said that he normally didn't see leg injuries this severe except in car accidents. Had the surgery not gone as planned, there was a chance his left leg would have been amputated.
I wouldn't wish that shit on Manziel, much less Wilson. Don't even joke like that.
He would be average without his scrambling ability. His scrambling ability might be the best we've ever seen, except for maybe Vick in his prime. But take that away and you have an average NFL QB.
>Wilson tries to do his magic wushu slippy slide bullshit
>lineman takes no shit, hits him at 3 trillion mph
>russel's glass bones explode
>his upper half flies across the stadium buries itself in the wall
>xehawk '''''''''''''''''''''''''fans''''''''''''''''''''''''''' killing themselves in the stands
I hope it happens.
What was more brutal, that or Theismann's leg break?
he had like 8 INTs behind an OL made of cottom
Cam had 10 behind a top 3
He still has plenty of time to get better at passing to stablish himself as a top QB of his generation
Physically AND visibly, McCallum by far.
But Theismann was a Super Bowl winning quarterback who could have probably taken the Redskins to the Owl one more time if not for that injury.
>injury was so bad it even made crackheaded sociopath LT scream in horror for paramedics
>my dad was watching that game on monday night, and is a diehard 49ers fan who hated Theismann
>my mom heard him scream bloody murder from the other room when he saw Theismann's leg break
>to this day seeing that injury live still freaked him out, and he refuses to watch it again
be thankful it's potato quality. Was supposed to have his leg amputated, instead came back and won a 'ship with the warriors.
You can hear the break it's so bad.
>He never panics ever
this is so true and extremely underrated.
>ven though he my have problems seeing over his offensive line
He has no problems seeing over them since they are always either on their backs or everywhere on the field except in front of their defenders.
Injured most of the season due to not dodging these hits .
... Whatever you say.
Using these moments to draw penalties to summon miracles against the Lions.
Using these moments to lose superbowls.
loved his play during college. told everyone when he was drafted that he was going to be real good in the league. then he goes and fucks the broncos up the ass in 48 and i want to hate him but hes a good guy so i cant. dont like how he lets his girl talk shit about his team tho