Russell Wilson is likely playing the worst game of his NFL career right now, going 2 of 9 for 12 yards and 3 interceptions in the first half of the NFC Championship game. Luckily for Wilson, Aaron Rodgers hasn’t been that much better, completing only 12 of 21 passes and throwing two interceptions. Green Bay leads 16-0.
Packers CB Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has actually caught as many passes from Wilson as the entire Seattle offense combines: two. It also took Wilson 26 minutes to physically complete a pass to someone other than Clinton-Dix. It’s pouring in Seattle, but still. That’s incredible.
It took Russell Wilson 26 minutes to complete a pass to someone other than Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) January 18, 2015
Here’s Ha Ha’s first interception:
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The ball was tipped, so can’t put this one all on Wilson. Ha Ha’s second interception was a little more impressive:
The Seahawks are in major trouble at home. If they can’t figure out to completely turn around their offense early in the second half, this one could get ugly. Let’s hope it doesn’t.
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