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Former Seahawks shade Russell Wilson while celebrating win vs. Broncos

Former Seahawks safety Richard Sherman. (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)

Former Seahawks safety Richard Sherman. (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)

Former Seahawks enjoyed Seattles grudge-match victory over Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos with pointed memes at the QBs expense.

The NFL couldnt avoid pitting Russell Wilson against his former team in Seattle for the initial edition of Monday Night Football this season.

And former Seahawks couldnt avoid the chance to throw all of the shade when Wilson and the Broncos lost, 17-16.

Almost the moment Denvers attempt at a game-winner fell short, Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin shot off tweets that appeared to shade Wilson specifically.

Shermans apparent dislike of his former teammate has been made pretty clear through the years. Baldwin caught passes from Wilson during his eight-year NFL career with the Seahawks, winning Super Bowl XLVIII with him and Sherman. He was enjoying himself too.

The only person and also require brought more side-eye to the table compared to the former Seahawks was the former Bronco, Shelby Harris, who was simply delivered to Seattle in the Wilson trade.

My interview on the field with former #broncos DL Shelby Harris, now #seahawks DL, on the field, Harris went off on the trade and the win!

my finial question was:

What did this win mean for you?

Harris:

I acquired one thing to state. Lets ride. pic.twitter.com/yiHba10acG

James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) September 13, 2022

Its simple enough to understand why this win will be particularly meaningful to Harris.

Wilson pushed for a trade to Denver after years of disagreement with the Seahawks front office. He finally got his wish however the grass might just have looked greener on the other hand. The Broncos appear to be they will have a methods to go before they are able to contend for any other thing more than Wilson could achieve in Seattle.

The quarterback was 29-of-42 passing with 340 yards and something touchdown.

Geno Smith lead the Seahawks to a 17-13 lead at halftime then watched his team hold on with their slim lead. He previously two touchdowns no interceptions while completing 23-of-28 passes for 195 yards.

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