• What they said: Russell Wilson

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 26, 2013
    Here’s more of what Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had to say to the media today: Before the start of the season, the Seattle Seahawks voted quarterback Russell Wilson as one of their three team captains. “Don’t get him hit,’’ Cable says, referring to Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson. “That’s our mantra right now.” It’s just his command of what we’re asking of him. He’s just more comfortable. Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell know that every time Russell Wilson runs with the ball there’s risk involved to the one player this team can’t afford to lose. Carroll said they’re willing to accept some danger with Wilson because of his ability to make good things happen. Not nearly as hyped up as some of the guys drafted ahead of him in 2012 Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, Washington’s Robert Griffin III, Miami’s Ryan Tannehill and Cleveland’s Brandon Weeden were the quarterbacks who went in the first round that year Wilson, chosen by Seattle with the 75th overall pick in the third round, has been as dynamic and productive as any of them. So it’s one of those things that it’s a happy medium you know? So the biggest thing is just continue to try to deliver for our football team in big situations and then third down, try to be great and in red zone, be great too as well, and in terms of just eliminating any turnovers possible.
  • Risk vs. reward part of the deal with Wilson

    RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell know that every time Russell Wilson runs with the ball there’s risk involved to the one player this team can’t afford to lose. It’s a risk they’re willing to t…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Seattle QB Wilson a tough challenge for Rams

    In just his second season, Russell Wilson is the leader of a veteran Seattle football squad.
    Source: stltoday.com
  • Pass protection continues to be an issue for Seahawks, Russell Wilson

    By just about any metric used, Seattle’s pass protection has been at best an issue and at worst a problem, especially the past month when the team has been without starting right tackle Breno Giacomini and left tackle Russell Okung.

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