One can’t help but wonder if Russell Wilson had just thrown that last pass in Super Bowl 49 into the third row how the rest of it might have played out. Seattle would likely have had consecutive Super Bowls, he’d be a god in the PNW, and perhaps everyone would have had more patience for the mountain of up-his-own-ass garbage that came with him. Instead, thanks to that INT, he only crystalized the divide that was already forming between him and the rest of the team, especially the defense that had been the bedrock of that era of Seahawks football. – Sam Fels Read More


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