Breaking up the band already? Wilson is good. His touch is almost uncanny, he's extremely elusive, and he is smart. He's an important cog in the Seattle machine, that goes without saying. He's also benefited from a very strong team around him and excellent playcalling (generally).
What will be interesting to see is if Seattle tones down the run first approach before or after he signs his mega deal where he becomes the focal point for the offense. For most teams, they know they have to stop Lynch first before they can do much else because the play action game is killer for Wilson.
If I'm Wilson, why break the team? While everyone wants to to get paid, in Seattle, he can become a community corner stone and be something special both on an off the field. Why destroy that for a few extra million you can make up in sponserships and good will?
I don't think this is a major thing. Both sides will get things straightened out and move on together. It just doesn't make sense to try to burn it all...
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