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PFT Live: Russell Wilson, Redskins talk with Rich Tandler

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Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson might not have set a new record for passing yardage like Andrew Luck on Sunday, but the Seahawks were plenty happy with Wilson’s performance all the same.

Wilson threw for 173 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in Seattle’s 30-20 win over the Vikings. The win leaves the Seahawks with a 5-4 record with a home date against the Jets to come before they go on their bye week and we’ll get a chance to find out what Wilson thinks about the current state of affairs on PFT Live Monday. Wilson will join Mike Florio to discuss how his rookie season is unfolding and what he needs to do better in order to keep the Seahawks on the path to a winning record.

Rich Tandler of CSNWashington.com will also be on hand to talk about the Redskins after their loss to the Panthers dropped them to 3-6 on the season. They’ll be on their bye this week, which should give coach Mike Shanahan plenty of time to figure out which players need evaluation in the final weeks of the season. We’ll hear from Tandler about the reaction to Shanahan’s shift of modes after Sunday’s loss.

You can watch it all live at noon ET.

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16 Responses to “PFT Live: Russell Wilson, Redskins talk with Rich Tandler”
  1. panthrobro says: Nov 5, 2012 11:56 AM

    This Wilson guy is pretty good…..at home. Not so good on the road.

    Oh, and Christian Ponder, 63 yards passing? Seriously? At least you got a hot girlfriend.

  2. godfamilypackers says: Nov 5, 2012 12:02 PM

    As a Packer fan, I hate Russell Wilson. As a Badger fan, good for him.

  3. tjh9985 says: Nov 5, 2012 12:38 PM

    @godfamilypackers

    Why would you hate a player because a ref made a bad call?

  4. commonsensedude says: Nov 5, 2012 12:50 PM

    Shanahan earns $7 million a year. He’s had this job for 2 and a half years. This means that he’s earned about $17.5 million so far in D.C. But he’s only won 14 games in those two and a half years. That means that Mike Shanahan has earned $1.25 MILLION DOLLARS FOR EVERY REDSKINS WIN during his tenure as head coach.

    No wonder he’s not too worried about the rest of the season. But unless Dan Snyder is a bigger sucker than many thought he was, Shanny might not be around to coach those who will end up being with the team for “years to come.”

  5. dericivy says: Nov 5, 2012 12:56 PM

    Wilson’s last two road games where not bad at all.

    The drops in SanFran where not his fault, and could have drastically changed the outcome of a very close game.

    In Detroit last week he had an awesome game(93.7 Total QBR, 4th best that week behind Brady, Peyton, and Ryan) that was given away by his defense.

    Each start he is getting better and better, both on the road and at home.

  6. jollyjoker2 says: Nov 5, 2012 1:17 PM

    Woo hoo. You beat the vikings who were 3-13 last year. I guess that makes you a hall of famer. Better yet, a 100 zillion dollar contract in the offing. I know where my money is gonna be when if they make the playoffs.

  7. eyeland2 says: Nov 5, 2012 1:20 PM

    This Wilson guy is pretty good…..at home. Not so good on the road.
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    My understanding is that aside from a few seasons when Hass and Alexander were in prime form, the Seahawks have rarely been good on the road and seem to have a jinx on teams that aren’t used to travelling to Seattle.

    Wilson looks pretty good to me, too. The ‘Hawks are a tough team to judge.

  8. grogansheroes says: Nov 5, 2012 1:48 PM

    Poodle Pete thinks the Hawks should be 9-0.

  9. themackstrong says: Nov 5, 2012 1:56 PM

    Wilson has improved every game. He looks comfortable and makes great throws. He would have a couple of more road wins if receivers didn’t drop the game winning ball (Edwards week 1). The fan that can’t figure if the Hawks are good or not. They are one of the youngest teams in the NFL. PC/Schneider have had great drafts and finding talent in later rounds. But they still produce and compete each week and the more the eliminate the mistakes the better this team has a chance at playoffs. Look forward to the Jets coming into town, should be a good game.

  10. kylexitron says: Nov 5, 2012 1:59 PM

    Russell Wilson is 5’10″, drafted in the 3rd round, and had to split offseason reps 3 ways with Flynn and Jackson, and deal with an injured and suspect recieving corps evenw hen healthy.

    What’s he done with all that?

    Oh not much just thrown for more TD passes than any of the other acclaimed starting 1st round rookie QB’s. No big.

  11. brendank11 says: Nov 5, 2012 2:01 PM

    Actually, in his last 3 games Wilson has the 3rd best ESPN QBR in football, behind only Rogers and Peyton. Two of those games were on the road. He’s gotten better every week this season, regardless of where the game was played.

  12. brendank11 says: Nov 5, 2012 2:03 PM

    Woo hoo. You beat the vikings who were 3-13 last year. I guess that makes you a hall of famer. Better yet, a 100 zillion dollar contract in the offing. I know where my money is gonna be when if they make the playoffs.

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    Huh? What’s your point? Are we not allowed to pont out when a player is playing well? He also beat the Patriots, what was their record last year? He makes about $600,000 each of the next two seasons after this on his rookie deal, and yes, Seattle is in prime position to contend for the 6th Wild Card spot.

  13. specialagentjohnnyutah says: Nov 5, 2012 2:14 PM

    jollyjoker2 says:
    Nov 5, 2012 1:17 PM
    Woo hoo. You beat the vikings who were 3-13 last year. I guess that makes you a hall of famer. Better yet, a 100 zillion dollar contract in the offing. I know where my money is gonna be when if they make the playoffs.

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    Ok we are halfway through THIS season, last years record is irrelevant at this point. This year the Vikes were 5-3 and RW had an excellent game against a solid D. No one said he’s a hall of famer, calm down, stop reaching for insults, the kid is good and getting better…you can’t argue it.

  14. dstep24 says: Nov 5, 2012 2:57 PM

    Cue all the jealous fans who’s team(s) took QBs in the high-first, not named Griffin III or Luck.

  15. hooterdawg says: Nov 5, 2012 3:39 PM

    All the Seattle Wilson lovers overlook one important point. If they can possibly make the playoffs, they would be a road wildcard team. Wilson vs. a playoff-quality roster on the road will be a quick exit. He may be a home stadium hero, but it will be awhile before the ‘Hawks get a home game in the playoffs and allow their 12th man to be a factor.

  16. dublindemonszfl says: Nov 5, 2012 3:40 PM

    Why didn’t they ask him Christian Ponder sucks so bad? He’s terrible and awful, plus a litttle horrible.
    But Mr. Russell Willson good luck to you, you have a bright future. Ponder has a horrible and awful future.

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