Here’s a fun word in the NFL: injury.
With Russell Wilson having his ankle stepped during the Miami game, there’s a small chance that No. 3 won’t be able to take snaps for the Seahawks. Since the backup in waiting has a last name of “Boykin” and looks so outmatched that Seattle is better off just hiking the ball to Rawls, the Seahawks will probably sign a backup quarterback…
Oh please let the happen. The return of Charlie Whitehurst would be the greatest thing to happen to the city since the sitcom “Fraiser.” Do they sell jerseys of emergency back up quarterbacks because I would totally get a Charlie Whitehurst jersey. Never have I been more excited for even the possibility of another terrible quarterback playing in the Seahawks game this weekend. Last week it was Ryan Tannehill, this week it might be Chaz Whitehurst. OH PLEASE LET WILSON’S ANKLE SWELL UP TO THE SIZE OF A GRAPEFRUIT.
Boy one Russell Wilson injury and all these Seahawks fans jump off the bandwagon. At least they’re not like Detroit Lions fans…
You know its bad when you look up to the New Orleans Saints a model of success. Their lone Super Bowl win comes under the cloud of “bountygate” where they targeted injuring players on the other team. Their stadium was the site of a horrific experience during Hurricane Katrina. Their coach was suspended for the entire year last year. Before Drew Brees (Other than that one Super Bowl and some highlights of Aaron Brooks throwing the football … backwards) there’s literally nothing impressive about the Saints’ football history.
But I mean if you’re a Detroit Lions fan, they seem like a shining beacon of football greatness.
Well I mean at least when the 40 fans come over from Moscow, maybe it will be a little tougher to listen to Mike Leach berate his team and call them a bunch of junior college softball players. But then again, are Idaho fans even loud at games? I’d assume they just bring a good book to games and clap politely after every play where the Vandals QB isn’t carted off the field injured.
I can’t stop reading this tweet because I don’t know what he means. “At least he’s not a Super Bowl winning quarterback with a very attractive wife and a Levi jeans endorsement.” Huh? I’m pretty sure Kirk Cousins wishes he was Russell Wilson. The comparison makes no sense because both QBs had meh games in week 1 but that’s because Russell Wilson had his ankle turn to much by a large defensive tackle. Cousins just apparently confuses white and red jerseys. “I’m fine with my QB Kirk, whose accomplishments include beating out an always injured RG3 and starting for a team with the most racist mascot in the NFL.”
Yep. Way better than Russell Wilson.