The Seahawks smashed the Redskins last Sunday. And as the game clearly displayed, Russell Wilson paved the way to the team’s win.
As reports have it, the Seattle Seahawks won over Washington Redskins by 10 points. However, it was said that the score was at 14-0 in favor of the Redskins at the end of the first half. That was the biggest deficit Seattle had to chase, it was said.
During the second half of the game though, a turn-around happened. Seahawks scored 24 consecutive points, big thanks to the duo of Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson. Lynch did the heavy lifting nd the scoring. Meanwhile, clearing the way for him, was the rookie Wilson.
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“Quarterback Russell Wilson reached the end zone first, his block opening the path Marshawn Lynch followed to the winning touchdown.
That description of that decisive play served as a summary for the game Sunday, the rookie quarterback out in front where he has spent so much of this season, with the running back chugging along behind to provide the necessary oomph.”
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Among the rookies, it was said that Russell Wilson shone above the others despite him being smaller. And with his performance leading to Seattle victories in their last six games, it was said that he could be the first rookie QB to lead his team to championship.
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