The Seattle Seahawks are having a difficult time with the St. Louis Rams this afternoon, but quarterback Russell Wilson is doing everything in his power to bring his team back to pull out a win. St. Louis made one of the most intriguing trick punt returns that football has ever seen, and Tre Mason has also had a big day for the Rams. Seattle has been struggling for the past couple of weeks, and can’t afford to lose this game with the division race that they have going on.
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Wilson made a huge play to get his team right back into the game, rushing the football into the end zone from 19 yards out. He has been killing defenses with his legs all season long, and has taken his game to the next level as far as making plays when his team needs him. Seattle pulled back to within 21-13 of the Rams with the play, and are driving once again.
Needless to say, there are plenty of reasons for the Seahawks and their fans to be concerned about their play over the past couple of weeks. Perhaps the Percy Harvin trade will also derail team chemistry, but right now they simply don’t look like the dominant football team that many expected to see this year. Wilson is still making plays to keep his team alive, but they are definitely on life support after this type of a performance against the Rams.
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