It sure seems like a ton of players on the Seahawks did not like Russell Wilson with the way some of them are reacting to his loss on Monday Night Football.
The Seattle Seahawks upset the Denver Broncos 17-16 on Monday night as Russell Wilson, who played his first 10 seasons in Seattle, was outdueled by Geno Smith.
Richard Sherman, a three-time All-Pro during his seven seasons in Seattle, was one of several former Seahawks on hand to watch Wilson’s Broncos debut Monday night. Sherman hopped on Twitter to add to a night full of nostalgia by evoking memories of Seattle’s heartbreaking loss in Super Bowl XLIX.
Sherman tweeted, “So goal to go situations are tough…..”
After the final whistle was blown, former Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin celebrated the team’s victory over Russell Wilson and the Broncos on Monday night.
Baldwin posted a cryptic tweet that seemed to hint at his true feelings about Wilson.
Smith finished 23-of-28 for 195 yards and two touchdown passes.
Wilson himself played a solid game. He completed 29 of his 42 attempts for 340 yards and a touchdown.