Seahawks’ Russell Wilson makes his 150th game for the first time, ending one of the longest streaks in NFL history
By Russell Wilson The much-anticipated comeback from a finger injury turned out to be a huge mistake. Saved task assigned Seattle Seahawks Football Team‘hopefully playoff and make their attack against Green Bay Packers, Wilson and the foul didn’t score a single point in Sunday’s 17-0 loss.
For the first time in his career, Wilson was eliminated in a match – in his 150th game. He is the sixth midfielder in NFL history going 150 starts before closing for the first time, joins Brett Favre (221), Joe Flacco (172), Matthew Stafford (158), Aaron Rodgers (157), and Joe Montana (153). Drew Brees (286 starts) and Peyton Manning (265 starts) have never been off in their career.
“We’re going to be resilient. I think we’ve been resilient through the end of this game. Even if it’s tough,” Wilson said after the loss. “Thinking with my hands, I feel 100% confident where I am. I wouldn’t be out of here if I didn’t. That’s too important. And I feel great about where we can go next. That’s it. a challenge.”
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Wilson did not get the return he wanted after 149 consecutive appearances in his career. He completed 20 of 40 for 161 yards without touchdown and two interceptions with a 39.7 passer rating. Before Sunday, Wilson led the league with a rating of 125.3 passers and only one interception pitch.
A finger injury may have put Wilson in trouble, even if he insists it’s not.
“Looking forward to getting back to work,” Wilson said. “I look forward to seeing the tape and knowing where I can improve, where we can improve. I also see good things. I am a guy who believes in many good things. and yes do every day. So if anyone is looking forward to a challenge, so am I.”
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/seahawks-russell-wilson-shut-out-for-first-time-in-150th-game-ending-one-of-longest-streaks-in-nfl-history/ | Seahawks’ Russell Wilson makes his 150th game for the first time, ending one of the longest streaks in NFL history