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Russell Wilson ROY?

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Yup.

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Yessir. Out there playing like a seasoned vet.

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I think so. The guy is very tough and has been all year. He wins tonight and that is the difference between he and Luck. He has been the recipient of a fantastic situation with the home crowd, defense, Lynch, O-line, etc to be sure but that is not his fault and it should not be held against him.

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I hope so, would lol @ the Luck and RG3 knobheads

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Russell Awsome Wilson (RAW). The kid has just got that it factor.

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My pre-season crazy ass prediction was that he'd Be the best rookie QB out of the bunch. Luck will be the better long term QB, but I can see Seattle in the SB (moreso as I have them at 10-1).

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