Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by nyc-cowboy, Nov 29, 2021.
Sounds like us
And no, it’s not because the WFT is great.
To me it looks like Seattle just isn't interested. They have no chance in the NFC West or for a wild card and seem content with tanking in my opinion.
I seen him plenty here in NY - wouldn't even want him as a back-up.
I’m torn. I’d love to see WFT lose … but my hatred for Carroll is loving this right now.
Not that at all. My buddy is a fan of WFT. We go to this game annually. Our team has good moments but lacks consistency. I never panicked over the Eagles. I just think the WFT matches well with us in their stadium.
Wow, the Seahawks are turrible. Russ is gone in the offseason.
I think we can all forget about the Skins losing this one. Seattle is terrible all the way around.
He's got no running game, a bad offensive line, and the WFT have had the ball for over 30 of the game's first 45 minutes.
He's completed over 60% of his passes, when he's had time to throw them.
But thank you for reminding me how this fan base blames the QB for games like last Thursday.
Puts WFT in a good position to take over first.
Puts them 2 back of us and they play us twice in the upcoming weeks
This seahawks offense is horrible
there are guys wide open and Russ aint hitting them
like at all
I’d love to see the Eagles give their #1’s for Wilson this summer. I don’t think he’s done much last two years.
Even the uniforms are bad
If can’t split with them we suck. Philly will beat them once too
It’s been a long, long, long time since I’ve seen Seattle look this lethargic and bad. They sure ain’t doing us any favors.
Wilson was fine before the injury.
He's just not right yet.
Injuries matter for sure.
Same goes for Stafford right now. Battling/playing through 3 different injuries and not helping his team doing so. He's looked bad the last 3 weeks.
Arizona being careful with Murray may pay off in the long run.
Philly is not giving up high ones for Russ .
Wilson doesn’t seem to have the greatest grip on the ball when He’s throwing the ball