MVP MVP MVP !!!
STOP !!! Just STOP !!!
After Monday nights’ game against the New Orleans Saints, the Russell Wilson bandwagoners are running rampant trolling all forms of communication, the Internet, TV, Music, etc… completely out of control, I tell you. It boils my blood every time I hear the bandwagoners crown RW as the second coming of Christ, or the Greatest QB of All Time. Stop the madness. I understand this is America, and we love to cheer for an underdog. I totally understand that. But to label a 2nd year dude as the G.O.A.T and possibly MVP, is beyond crazy. Don’t get me wrong, Russell Wilson is a good/decent player; but he’s nowhere near the greatness of Rodgers, Manning, Brady, and Brees.
Russell Wilson is the by-product of a Great Coach, and a close to perfect Team. Seattle Seahawks, as of this moment, is the best team in the NFL. The Seahawks will WIN the way they’re winning right now, even without Russell Wilson. That’s the reality. And the sooner everyone accepts that, the more we can focus on players who are really making a difference for their respective teams, and having a MVP like season. If it weren’t for Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson would be playing as a backup on some mediocre team.
One misstep, and the bandwagoners will jump off the wagon and crucify Wilson. That’s the sad reality that we live in, especially when people are trying to impress other people on Social Media and other troll heavy forums.
I’m happy for Russell Wilson and the success he’s had so far, but I believe his days on Cloud 9 are numbered. Soon he will be humbled by the NFL, just like RG3, and these same bandwagoners that have placed him on the same pedestal as GOD, will be asking for his Head.
Russell Wilson will fall. It’s just a matter of time.
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