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PFT Live: Russell Wilson continues to impress

ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio expounds upon his interview with Russell Wilson, saying his even keel demeanor is ideal for a game of this magnitude. While Seattle doesn’t have a single player with Super Bowl experience, they won’t be rattled by the pressure, in part, because of Wilson’s disposition.

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7 Responses to “PFT Live: Russell Wilson continues to impress”
  1. tap79 says: Jan 27, 2014 3:30 PM

    Wilson is not only an outstanding leader he is an outstanding human being as well. We are proud to have him here in Seattle and as he continues to improve he will be MVP within 4 years.

  2. aps110 says: Jan 27, 2014 4:01 PM

    I agree, great person and great leader.

    But his play has declined as defenses have figured out to try to keep him in the pocket and he becomes below average passer. I believe he has reached his ceiling because of his physical tools. But hopefully he can become a better pocket passer overtime. Wont last to much longer all the hits he has taken and might take going further.

  3. jay4hisdamnself says: Jan 27, 2014 4:02 PM

    Amen to that!

  4. dvdheg says: Jan 27, 2014 4:31 PM

    he’s the next generation of great qb!

  5. sweetnlow44 says: Jan 27, 2014 6:32 PM

    All the hits he has taken? What? He barely takes any hits at all. He slides before contact 99% of the time and even when he’s taking sacks, he’s facilitating the sack by going down on his own to avoid the potential big hit. And he’s got enough pocket presence that he doesn’t take the big blind side hits.

  6. aps110 says: Jan 28, 2014 11:57 AM

    “sweetnlow44 says:
    Jan 27, 2014 6:32 PM
    All the hits he has taken? What? He barely takes any hits at all. He slides before contact 99% of the time and even when he’s taking sacks, he’s facilitating the sack by going down on his own to avoid the potential big hit. And he’s got enough pocket presence that he doesn’t take the big blind side hits.”

    Yes when he runs he doesnt get hit much, but its when he scramples thats when he gets plowed. He has taken more hits trying to scramble to make the big play in the past 10 weeks.

    The difference between him running is he can see the hit coming and make them miss. Its scrambling that he cant see the hits coming and then you get a 300 DT land on him, even after letting the ball fly. Go watch some tape after he releases the ball and you will see what im talking about.

  7. aps110 says: Jan 28, 2014 11:57 AM

    *300lb

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