Russell Wilson’s ego led to the first shutout loss of his career, and Shane Waldron did not do his part to stop it.
Waldron put the game in the hands of Wilson, who was Russ-ty as he came back from a month off and played in frigid weather in Green Bay. The result: 17-0, the first shutout loss of Wilson’s career.
The Hawks were running the ball well and needed to do it a lot more. Alex Collins was over four yards a pop. Lanes were there.
But Waldron let Wilson throw air balls, wobblers and end zone interceptions instead of mixing in the run to keep it manageable for the still-recovering QB.
Continue reading Wilson’s ego leads to shutout as Waldron continues to struggle
Even before he was injured and missed three games, we had not seen much of Russell Wilson this season: The Seahawks have held the ball less than any NFL team since 2015.
As Wilson returns, it is imperative that he and the Seahawks stop relying on the deep ball so much and start converting third downs a lot more.
Continue reading We need to see more of Wilson & Co.
Earlier this year, there were huge questions around whether Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers would be on their teams – and thus facing each other in Week 10.
Well, they are both still with their clubs, but there are still questions about whether they will face each other. It will be the big drama next week, with Rodgers now in the Covid protocol and Wilson trying to rally from a broken finger in time to face the Packers in Green Bay.
Continue reading Will Wilson and/or Rodgers make it back for Week 10 meeting?