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  1. Bradyking12

    Bradyking12 In the Starting Line-Up

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    Wouldn't be surprised if Packers blow the lead and this turns into a late game in the 4th.
     
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    Said it before everyone always looks at Pitt but Sea has some really good WRS through there that fit the system perfectly. Baldwin, Kearse. Big fan of Lockett coming out.

    Seattle has been the luckiest team in the league this year. Wilson is easily one of the most exciting players to watch. Can't not love that guy. Defense needs 3 stops though?
     
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  3. pheenix11

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    Choke on it Packers. Throw a pick Rodgers you stiff.
     
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    Maybe not 1st ballot but if he continues to put up the numbers yes
     
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  5. Ice_Ice_Brady

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    Yes, and if given one QB vote, I would vote for him over Rivers or Roethlisberger, personally, though both of them are always referred to as "future hall of famers".

    That said, his game does have flaws that don't show up in the boxscore. A lot of the sacks and pressures are created by his inability to see down the field and need to immediately bail on the pocket, causing the protection to get screwed up. But overall a great QB, one of the very best and a clear hall of fame player.
     
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    I hope so, he’s hall of fame worthy for sure.
     
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    Froob Independent Investigator & pliable af PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Seahawks desperately need a turnover
     
  8. Tottie

    Tottie Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Rivers surely isn't a HOF player? Big Ben is still above Wilson imo but not by much. It's amazing how durable Wilson has been but he's smart about how he runs.
     
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    Much better than Rivers for sure. I’m not sure why people are calling him a lock for the Hall. Really has no iconic moments.
     
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    Rodgers has been good but, I’d more be more afraid of Aaron Jones at this point. I’d welcome Packers passing.
     
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    Foxypats Pro Bowl Player

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    I have wondered that too, its probably his longevity , he probably has great passing numbers etc ! I haven't looked them up so can't say for sure but he won't make it in the 1st ballot.
     
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    Absolutely. On his current pace. Another 4 years of 25-30 TD would put him over 300 with less than 120 INTS. 2 SB/1 SB win.
     
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    How is that not helmet to helmet
     
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    Lockett again. Huge catch through contact.
     
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    Lockett doesn't get enough credit for being a great WR, but he comes up so many times with big catches when Seattle needs it.
     
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    What a grab by Lockett..,
     
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    ChrisR2223 Pro Bowl Player

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    We need a Lockett love him he is like Deon Branch mixed with the clutch of Troy Brown
     
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    If pack lost It’d be ravens level comedy gold...
     
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    Their best offensive player all year
     
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    I think Rivers (like Eli) will have a much less impressive resume when it’s his time five years after retirement. Lots of other guys will catch them statistically by then. I don’t think either are deserving, Eli two championships taken into consideration (to me, that doesn’t make up for the shortfall.). Roethlisberger will get in despite that he’s an all-time bad teammate and person even more than an all-time great QB. I think Roethlisberger is really the lowest possible bar to get in. He’s never been in an MVP discussion and has won like 4 postseason games in the 10 years since Polamalu and company stopped dominating games.

    Anyway, Wilson is just a better QB than any of those 2004 class guys and would have my vote over any of them, even with just 8 years.

    Also if Rivers is “a lock” then how is Matt Ryan not?
     
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