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    Russel Wilson had not seen a pass rush and secondary the Jags possess. It was utter domination. Wilson did what Wilson does and made two touchdowns out of nothing. The score was close but the Jags dominated. Gotta love Blake Bortles asking Michael Bennett how his ass taste.
    The Jags had three more first downs, 8 more yards passing, 15 yards more rushing. That is domination?
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    What QB could do what Wilson is doing with that shit line?

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    The Jags had three more first downs, 8 more yards passing, 15 yards more rushing. That is domination?
    Actually yes dumbass. They led in every important statistical category. Even more important was Wilson had 3 ints to Blake’s 0. Chew on that pedo!

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    NFL MVP odds:

    1-2 Brady
    4-1 Wilson
    5-1 A. Brown
    10-1 Wentz

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    Actually yes dumbass. They led in every important statistical category. Even more important was Wilson had 3 ints to Blake’s 0. Chew on that pedo!
    Stupid, look up the word.....DOMINATION....ok?


    You shoot sick ass pedos, ok?

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    NFL MVP odds:

    1-2 Brady
    4-1 Wilson
    5-1 A. Brown
    10-1 Wentz
    Take away a running game, take away THE LEGION OF BOOM, put it all on Russell Wilson and we get...MVP...talk.

    Yet we STILL have some that just can't figure it out.



    Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks knows the ins and outs of this league, providing keen insight in his notebook. The topics of this edition include:
    -- An underappreciated receiver who deserves to be mentioned among the game's very best.
    -- Three quick takes on hot-button stories.
    But first, a look at Russell Wilson's undeniable MVP candidacy ...
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    If the NFL's MVP award were legitimately given to the league's Most Valuable Player, Russell Wilson would win this year's hardware in a landslide. No disrespect to the spectacular play of Tom Brady and Carson Wentz, but they aren't doing nearly as much work for their respective squads as the Seattle Seahawks' quarterback.
    Wilson not only accounts for 82.2 percent of the Seahawks' scrimmage yards -- he's also played a part in 29 of the team's 33 touchdowns (87.9 percent). Not to mention, he sports an NFL-best 134.1 passer rating in the fourth quarter and has thrown a league-leading 15 fourth-quarter touchdown passes against just one interception. With Wilson also serving as the team's leading rusher (432 yards on just 71 attempts -- 6.1 ypc), I can't think of another quarterback in the league doing nearly as much for his squad.


    "Yeah, I don't know how you could carry it much more," Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told reporters a week ago, per The News Tribune.
    Sure, a true franchise signal caller is expected to make the rest of the team better, but what Wilson is doing is remarkable. He is playing quarterback at an elite level, albeit in an unconventional way. As an electric dual-threat playmaker, Wilson entered this week ranked sixth in passing yards (3,256), tied for second in passing touchdowns (26) and sitting behind only Cam Newton in quarterback rushing yards. He has been a one-man show for the 'Hawks.
    "Typically, the best quarterbacks in the National Football League find a way to make the 10 other guys better," Wilson told reporters last week, via The News Tribune. "That's my main concern. That's my focus at all times, is helping our team win."


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    Another full page of that sort of thing, but ya get the point. Give Wilson a shit line, no RB's, a depleted D and it becomes....MVP....talk.

    How could anyone not get this?

    When watching the guy play how could anyone not see....IT....? That amazes me. Especially since the TV guys are.....magical....how does he do that....amazing.
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