Russell Wilson responds to Pete Carroll’s wristband comments

Earlier this week, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll commended Geno Smith for how he’s run Shane Waldron’s offense this year.

Specifically, he praised Smith for sticking to the plays on the wristband and mentioned that previously there had been “resistance” to that before.

Obviously that was a dig at former Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, who preferred to improvise rather than stick to the script. When he was asked about Carroll’s comments today, Wilson responded with this:

Fair enough.

Wilson went 104-53-1 during his time in Seattle. However, his time in Denver has gotten off to a rough start. Wilson is 3-4 as the Broncos’ QB1 and his numbers are the worst they’ve been since he entered the NFL. He’s completing 58.8% of his passes, a career low. He’s thrown just six touchdowns to go with four interceptions and his QBR is 36.0, his lowest mark by far and half what it was his rookie year.


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Story originally appeared on Seahawks Wire