Seahawks QB Russell Wilson remains confident despite 2nd-straight loss

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The Seattle Seahawks tumbled to 1-2 on the season after losing to the Vikings in Minnesota Week 3. While fans might be worried the team is on a downward spiral, quarterback Russell Wilson remains the eternal optimist.

“I’m super confident,” Wilson said during his postgame press conference. “I think that we are confident that we can respond in the right way. I thought we responded in the right way even this game in the sense of coming off of last week’s game. I thought our mentality was right coming into the game. The game was really there for the most part until late in the third quarter. Kind of got away from us there beginning of the fourth.”

Wilson knows the year will be a long one, especially with a 17-game season and a super-competitive NFC West. The veteran quarterback has played through adversity before and 2021 should be no different.

“So as we go through the season there will be challenges,” Wilson continued. “It’s going to be a journey. We’re not stopping here . . . You take one game at a time, play one moment at a time. We can always be cleaner and we can always be better. But I believe in this football team.

“I believe in what we can do and what we will do.”

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