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  • Key stat shows why Seahawks’ Russell Wilson is an elite QB


    Wilson was an MVP candidate for most of the campaign as he threw for 4,110 yards and 31 touchdowns to just five interceptions while completing 66.1% of his passes. He also had 342 rushing yards and three scores.

    And while those numbers are obviously impressive, as was his play when just casually watching him perform in games, Wilson was also elite in a lesser-known part of his game.



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    PFF grade when throwing beyond 1st read last season

    Highest: Russell Wilson - 88.8
    Lowest: Jared Goff - 39.4

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  • Elite QB or not


    Ever Since they lost to the Patriots in the Superbowl, this team plays so slow in the playoffs.


    2015- 31-0 Panthers after 1st half.
    2016. 19-10 Falcons after 1st Half
    2017 Didn't make it to P/O
    2018: Ugly loss to the cowboys.
    2019: 21-3 Packers 1st half.
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  • poly1274 wrote:Elite QB or not


    Ever Since they lost to the Patriots in the Superbowl, this team plays so slow in the playoffs.


    2015- 31-0 Panthers after 1st half.
    2016. 19-10 Falcons after 1st Half
    2017 Didn't make it to P/O
    2018: Ugly loss to the cowboys.
    2019: 21-3 Packers 1st half.


    We've ALWAYS played slow under Carroll in the playoffs.

    2010:
    Down 10-0 to Saints, won 41-36.
    Down 28-0 to Bears, lose 35-24.

    2012:
    Down 14-0 to Redskins, won 24-14.
    Down 20-0 to Falcons, lose 30-28.

    2013:
    Down 10-0 to 49ers, won 23-17.

    2014:
    Down 16-0 to Packers, won 28-22.

    That's just how Pete rolls, frustratingly.
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  • Statistics are cool and all but RW isn't exactly winning SB's left and right like Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers.
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:Statistics are cool and all but RW isn't exactly winning SB's left and right like Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers.



    Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.
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  • oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    :?:
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  • Ad Hawk wrote:
    BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    :?:

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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


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  • Russell Wilson is a great quarterback, not an elite god, most people think he is,what Russell Wilson has is a great ability of never giving up, know matter what the situation.

    He's got that "Your daddy can't put it in you and yo mama can't drag it out of you." thing going when it comes down to surrendering. He dosen't always win, witch makes him just great and not elite. My .02 cents

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  • Chawker wrote:Russell Wilson is a great quarterback, not an elite god, most people think he is,what Russell Wilson has is a great ability of never giving up, know matter what the situation.

    He's got that "Your daddy can't put it in you and yo mama can't drag it out of you." thing going when it comes down to surrendering. He dosen't always win, witch makes him just great and not elite. My .02 cents

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    Name one QB in the history of the game who “always wins”. One of the things that makes Russell Wilson elite is his ability to never give up, no matter the situation. Some guys have good stats and some guys have an innate ability to will their team to victory. Wilson has both. Sounds elite to me. Seriously, are we really still debate this? :roll:
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  • oldhawkfan wrote:
    Chawker wrote:Russell Wilson is a great quarterback, not an elite god, most people think he is,what Russell Wilson has is a great ability of never giving up, know matter what the situation.

    He's got that "Your daddy can't put it in you and yo mama can't drag it out of you." thing going when it comes down to surrendering. He dosen't always win, witch makes him just great and not elite. My .02 cents

    Cheers


    Name one QB in the history of the game who “always wins”. One of the things that makes Russell Wilson elite is his ability to never give up, no matter the situation. Some guys have good stats and some guys have an innate ability to will their team to victory. Wilson has both. Sounds elite to me. Seriously, are we really still debate this? :roll:

    You're exactly right oldhawkfan, it sounds "Elite", because that's exactly what HE is...He's broken records of ELITE Quarterbacks, with WAYY LESS than stellar, Pass Blocking Offensive lines, AND, even AFTER Marshawn Lynch was gone, Baldwin retired, & the LOB no longer there, he still took them to the Playoffs...87% of the Seahawks Offense, sounds pretty freaking ELITE to me.
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  • "Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.
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  • Chawker wrote:"Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.


    The definition of words depends upon how one defines them.
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  • ivotuk wrote:PFF grade when throwing beyond 1st read last season


    The funny thing about that statement is that it makes him sound like he makes his hay through making progressions while in t he pocket, when in reality he's usually leaving the pocket (sometimes before it's merited) and finding someone open once the secondary gets tired.

    But hey - eliteness is eliteness. I don't care how he does it.
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    Rodgers wasn't the quarterback when Lambeau was coach of the Packers. That was Brett Favre.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:
    BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    Rodgers wasn't the quarterback when Lambeau was coach of the Packers. That was Brett Favre.

    You mean Brett FaRRR ve? :lol:
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  • We really do need to start a twitter campaign to shame the MVP voters for never giving him a single vote. IT actually is shameful.

    That being said if Wilson is this franchises Michael Jordan then why in the heck are we running our offense through Rodman? (stolen frorm reddit thread)
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Chawker wrote:"Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.


    The definition of words depends upon how one defines them.


    Words like " a lot" when used to desribe how many SB's one can win in 2010? :roll:
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  • Chawker wrote:"Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.

    Was Marino elite?
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  • misfit wrote:
    Chawker wrote:"Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.

    Was Marino elite?



    Could not have been, never won a Super Bowl, must have been a hack. :)
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  • Seymour wrote:Words like " a lot" when used to desribe how many SB's one can win in 2010? :roll:


    Russel Wilson may have won the one, but it's all he did that year. Aaron Rodgers won every single Super Bowl in 2010. Not some. Not most. All of them! If we're gonna be honest with other people, we gotta first be honest with other people.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:
    BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    Rodgers wasn't the quarterback when Lambeau was coach of the Packers. That was Brett Favre.



    FYI Curley Lambeau was coach of the Packers from 1919 - 1949 just a bit before Brett Favre and Aaron Rogers.
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Words like " a lot" when used to desribe how many SB's one can win in 2010? :roll:


    Russel Wilson may have won the one, but it's all he did that year. Aaron Rodgers won every single Super Bowl in 2010. Not some. Not most. All of them! If we're gonna be honest with other people, we gotta first be honest with other people.


    Please enlighen us on all these "Super Bowls" Rodgers won in 1 single season? :lol: Last I checked he beat the Steelers in SB 45 and won exactly ONE. So in your mind is MVP a Super Bowl, and athlete of the year is another SB?? And you seriously are going to school us on speaking clearly? :greetingsearthling:

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  • misfit wrote:
    Chawker wrote:"Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.

    Was Marino elite?



    No way was he elite.
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  • Chawker wrote:
    misfit wrote:
    Chawker wrote:"Elite" means head and shoulders above the best" how much hardware can they display.

    For the Seahawks team RW is elite, but over all in the NFL Russ is just great.

    Besides, he's too short...remember.

    Was Marino elite?



    No way was he elite.

    Richard Petty is elite. 200 Nascar victorys

    The Boston Celtics in the 70 were elite. 7 straight championships
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Words like " a lot" when used to desribe how many SB's one can win in 2010? :roll:


    Russel Wilson may have won the one, but it's all he did that year. Aaron Rodgers won every single Super Bowl in 2010. Not some. Not most. All of them! If we're gonna be honest with other people, we gotta first be honest with other people.


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  • Seymour wrote:Please enlighen us on all these "Super Bowls" Rodgers won in 1 single season? :lol: Last I checked he beat the Steelers in SB 45 and won exactly ONE. So in your mind is MVP a Super Bowl, and athlete of the year is another SB?? And you seriously are going to school us on speaking clearly? :greetingsearthling: [


    Aaron Rodgers played every one of those games like it was a Super Bowl and won! Russel Wilson gets a "W" in the "W" column, sure, but it was against an injury ravaged Peyton Manning who couldn't really move the ball downfield anymore (just see his performance in the 2015 season). Russel Wilson pretty much just handed off to Lynch and watched a pretty good defense eek out victories against a historically weak AFC through our playoff run.
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  • TreeRon wrote:
    fenderbender123 wrote:
    BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    oldhawkfan wrote:Aaron Rodgers??!! He has won just as many Super Bowls as Russell Wilson.


    He won a lot of SB's in 2010. More if you go back to the Lambeau years.


    Rodgers wasn't the quarterback when Lambeau was coach of the Packers. That was Brett Favre.



    FYI Curley Lambeau was coach of the Packers from 1919 - 1949 just a bit before Brett Favre and Aaron Rogers.

    LOL, Yeah, I doubt that Brett Favre & Aaaaaron Rogers were even "Swingers" in '1949'.
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Please enlighen us on all these "Super Bowls" Rodgers won in 1 single season? :lol: Last I checked he beat the Steelers in SB 45 and won exactly ONE. So in your mind is MVP a Super Bowl, and athlete of the year is another SB?? And you seriously are going to school us on speaking clearly? :greetingsearthling: [


    Aaron Rodgers played every one of those games like it was a Super Bowl and won! Russel Wilson gets a "W" in the "W" column, sure, but it was against an injury ravaged Peyton Manning who couldn't really move the ball downfield anymore (just see his performance in the 2015 season). Russel Wilson pretty much just handed off to Lynch and watched a pretty good defense eek out victories against a historically weak AFC through our playoff run.


    Those aren't Super Bowls, so stop the word definition antics.

    And folks it is no coincidence that this "Hawks fan" can spell Rodgers name correctly (Aaron with two A's) and not Wilson's (Russell with two L's) just in case you want to blend in with knowledgable Seahawk fans you might take note. :roll:
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Please enlighen us on all these "Super Bowls" Rodgers won in 1 single season? :lol: Last I checked he beat the Steelers in SB 45 and won exactly ONE. So in your mind is MVP a Super Bowl, and athlete of the year is another SB?? And you seriously are going to school us on speaking clearly? :greetingsearthling: [


    Aaron Rodgers played every one of those games like it was a Super Bowl and won! Russel Wilson gets a "W" in the "W" column, sure, but it was against an injury ravaged Peyton Manning who couldn't really move the ball downfield anymore (just see his performance in the 2015 season). Russel Wilson pretty much just handed off to Lynch and watched a pretty good defense eek out victories against a historically weak AFC through our playoff run.


    Did we play against AFC competition in the playoffs that year besides Denver? Or are you just talking about the AFC teams we beat during the season?

    There's no question about the defense being elite that year. Was Russ the main reason we won that season? No, but he was a strong contributor to an overall solid team. His stats in the SB were quite good, and error-free--a vitally important stat. Manning had nearly twice the attempts, and naturally many more completions, but still only ended up with only 8 points; turnovers were a major reason.
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  • I'm amazed that Ruskell Wilkens won 3 Super Bowl's in the 2013 Season.
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  • SoulfishHawk wrote:I'm amazed that Ruskell Wilkens won 3 Super Bowl's in the 2013 Season.


    Yup, that was quite a feet. :smilingalien:
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  • Seymour wrote:Those aren't Super Bowls, so stop the word definition antics.

    And folks it is no coincidence that this "Hawks fan" can spell Rodgers name correctly (Aaron with two A's) and not Wilson's (Russell with two L's) just in case you want to blend in with knowledgable Seahawk fans you might take note. :roll:


    They're Super Bowls if you think they're Super Bowls. It wasn't like The Almighty ascended from the heavens and told all of us that the Super Bowl is the Super Bowl. That was just what some NFL execs decided on when they were first making the league. Someone defined the perception and we've all been going along with it just because.

    I've been on these boards longer than you, sir. My fandom runs so deep that I bleed blue and green. Because of this, I literally need to get my blood changed out on a daily basis. The chemical changes caused by the sheer power of my fandom result in the de-oxidization of the cells and it will literally kill me without precise, routine medical intervention. That is something of which you might take note of, sir!
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Those aren't Super Bowls, so stop the word definition antics.

    And folks it is no coincidence that this "Hawks fan" can spell Rodgers name correctly (Aaron with two A's) and not Wilson's (Russell with two L's) just in case you want to blend in with knowledgable Seahawk fans you might take note. :roll:


    They're Super Bowls if you think they're Super Bowls. It wasn't like The Almighty ascended from the heavens and told all of us that the Super Bowl is the Super Bowl. That was just what some NFL execs decided on when they were first making the league. Someone defined the perception and we've all been going along with it just because.

    I've been on these boards longer than you, sir. My fandom runs so deep that I bleed blue and green. Because of this, I literally need to get my blood changed out on a daily basis. The chemical changes caused by the sheer power of my fandom result in the de-oxidization of the cells and it will literally kill me without precise, routine medical intervention. That is something of which you might take note of, sir!


    1100 posts to 7200+ yeah great you joined a few years earlier and now ha ving seen your posts I understand why you don't post much. Also you mean you bleed yellow and green. You are a cheese head no doubt.
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Those aren't Super Bowls, so stop the word definition antics.

    And folks it is no coincidence that this "Hawks fan" can spell Rodgers name correctly (Aaron with two A's) and not Wilson's (Russell with two L's) just in case you want to blend in with knowledgable Seahawk fans you might take note. :roll:


    They're Super Bowls if you think they're Super Bowls. It wasn't like The Almighty ascended from the heavens and told all of us that the Super Bowl is the Super Bowl. That was just what some NFL execs decided on when they were first making the league. Someone defined the perception and we've all been going along with it just because.

    I've been on these boards longer than you, sir. My fandom runs so deep that I bleed blue and green. Because of this, I literally need to get my blood changed out on a daily basis. The chemical changes caused by the sheer power of my fandom result in the de-oxidization of the cells and it will literally kill me without precise, routine medical intervention. That is something of which you might take note of, sir!


    Well then since 99.9% of everyone thinks they are not...they are not then. :177692:

    Don't care how long you've been here, I care that we speak the same language and make sense which you are 0 fer 2 on.

    Agree. An intervention would be useful. Just a matter of choosing the one of greatest need. :lol:
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  • Seymour wrote:Well then since 99.9% of everyone thinks they are not...they are not then. :177692:

    Don't care how long you've been here, I care that we speak the same language and make sense which you are 0 fer 2 on.

    Agree. An intervention would be useful. Just a matter of choosing the one of greatest need. :lol:


    When everyone believed the world was flat, did this belief make it so?
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Well then since 99.9% of everyone thinks they are not...they are not then. :177692:

    Don't care how long you've been here, I care that we speak the same language and make sense which you are 0 fer 2 on.

    Agree. An intervention would be useful. Just a matter of choosing the one of greatest need. :lol:


    When everyone believed the world was flat, did this belief make it so?


    False assumption; at no time in history did everyone believe the world was flat.

    But you support the argument against you; your own "belief" doesn't make it so. :2thumbs:
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    Seymour wrote:Well then since 99.9% of everyone thinks they are not...they are not then. :177692:

    Don't care how long you've been here, I care that we speak the same language and make sense which you are 0 fer 2 on.

    Agree. An intervention would be useful. Just a matter of choosing the one of greatest need. :lol:


    When everyone believed the world was flat, did this belief make it so?


    Your kidding right? You have to be kidding? There pure ridiculousness of this poor attempt at saving your a$$ is mind boggling.
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  • John63 wrote:Your kidding right? You have to be kidding? There pure ridiculousness of this poor attempt at saving your a$$ is mind boggling.


    I identify as a Seahawks fan who exists in a timeline where Aaron Rodgers won multiple Super Bowls in 2010 (with "multiple" being much more than the single title Russel Wilson managed to eek out against the Broncos). Are you suggesting I don't exist?
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    John63 wrote:Your kidding right? You have to be kidding? There pure ridiculousness of this poor attempt at saving your a$$ is mind boggling.


    I identify as a Seahawks fan who exists in a timeline where Aaron Rodgers won multiple Super Bowls in 2010 (with "multiple" being much more than the single title Russel Wilson managed to eek out against the Broncos). Are you suggesting I don't exist?



    ahh dude you need help!
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  • What in the actual hell are you talking about?????? Multiple Super Bowl's in ONE Season????? Are you ok???
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  • Of course RW is an elite QB, but this try hard ass subject is why there are memes about Seahawks fans with this crap. Why? Why do you do this?

    Crazy: BLAH BLAH BLAH

    Anybody: Yes, Wilson is an elite Quarterback.

    Crazy: BUT DID YOU KNOW HE WAS BORN TO A UNICORN IN A MAGICAL CAVE HIGH IN THE MOUNTAINS?!? IT WAS THE GREATEST BIRTHING EVER KNOWN TO BIRTH! IT MADE BIRTHING GREAT AGAIN!

    Seriously, everyone knows the Seahawks have an elite QB already....
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  • John63 wrote:ahh dude you need help!


    Oh. With what?
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:
    John63 wrote:ahh dude you need help!


    Oh. With what?


    That proud yellow mustard stain on your supposed green seahawks jersey.
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  • You might be as old as Curly Lambeau but never graduated kindergarten math dude. Erin Farve only won you 3 SB trophies in 2010. It was Don Majkowski who won you the other 7 SB games.
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  • Russ Willstrong wrote:You might be as old as Curly Lambeau but never graduated kindergarten math dude. Erin Farve only won you 3 SB trophies in 2010. It was Don Majkowski who won you the other 7 SB games.


    They didn't call him the magic man for no reason....
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  • BirdsCommaAngry wrote:I identify as a Seahawks fan who exists in a timeline where Aaron Rodgers won multiple Super Bowls in 2010 (with "multiple" being much more than the single title Russel Wilson managed to eek out against the Broncos). Are you suggesting I don't exist?


    I think they are suggesting that you might like it better back in your own timeline where the things you say actually make sense.
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