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SEATTLE – Three sacks and eight quarterback strikes did not tell the story of how much Russell Wilson was under fire during a 17-9 loss to the Green Bay Packers in the 2017 season opener. Wilson was driven on 44 percent of the dropbacks. The Seattle Seahawks’ pass block win rate of 24% still stands as their third worst in any game since ESPN started tracking the stat that year.

Afterward, Wilson tipped his cap to Green Bay’s defense, praised some of his offensive teammates looked ahead into the next game with his typical positivity. “We’ll need to figure out what we need to do to get a little bit better; it’s really that easy,” he explained. “It was not like we were far off or something like this.”

Wilson answered questions that day exactly the same way he has throughout his nine-year NFL career – without even uttering a important word. That is the reason why it was so jarring when he went public last week with his frustration over all the hits he has taken and stated his appetite for more state in the group’s personnel decisions.

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Author: er wer | Created at: 22.03.2021


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