My point, sensitive man, is that your argument is invalid. He could have not given up a score for all 60 min, but if he gives up the play that leads to the win for the other team, he hasn't done his job. Thomas was abused all day. He gave some help in run support but he is more than a liability against the pass.
SEA was the 32nd ranked pass offense last year, the made no considerable upgrades, came out here and did dirty things to us. Most of it was aimed at ya boy. So you can talk crap all you want but the bottom line is the kid got torched.
And what exactly did you expect from an UDFA that we acquired from The Dallas Cowboys' practice squad? What, a Ken Lucas? Give me a break you whiny, keyboard warrior. The last person you should compare yourself to is a professional athlete. If you can't do it, then don't compare yourself to the top percentile by referencing your 'glory' days during high school flag football. Plain and simple.
The fact is Josh Thomas gave up a big play which ultimately led to a loss and yet he is a serviceable DB, and nothing more. Don't be delusional. Considering the depth at WR for The Seahawks and how badly Wilson made top-tier defenses (ex. San Francisco) look, Thomas did an adequate job for the caliber of DB he is overall. Fans love to b#%$@ but it could have been soooooo much worse. Perhaps you would have preferred a 55 point blowout? The margin for error was excruciatingly small (thanks to the lack of production from the offensive side of the ball), and it came down to a 42 yard circus play.
Get over it, and move on.