While no fans remained in presence throughout Seattle’s 38-31 success over the Dallas Cowboys, the whole country was seeing the computer game on television.Many of which left
the contest have two big takeaways: Russell Wilson is the MVP and Trysten Hill is a filthy player.With 3:14 left in the contest, Hill handled Chris Carson nevertheless instead of releasing after completing the play, Hill continued to do a” gator roll” and hurt Seattle’s start running back.Thankfully, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reported that the injury isn’t anticipated to be severe. [Listen to the current Talkin’ Seahawks Podcast with host Joe Fann] While Carson isn’t expected to have really taken an extreme hit, Trysten Hill’s reputation made with many questioning
the hit or downright calling his “gator roll””incredibly dirty” such as NBC Sports NW Seahawks Specialist Joe Fann.Former Oregon Ducks and Carolina Panthers offending lineman Geoff Schwartz tweeted that Hill will need to be seeing his back next week.Former Dallas Cowboy Marcus Spears of ESPN agreed.However, harming Carson, Hill was n’t done. On Seattle’s two-point conversion attempt, he roughed Russell Wilson with helmet-to-helmet contact.Due to the flag, the Seahawks got another opportunity to go up 7 points and transformed it the next play.Seattle would
go on to win the game 38-31 leaving the field victors on the scoreboard and within the minds of the country who now sees Hill for the unclean gamer he is.