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Mindblown Question of the Week

All right boys and girls, here's a mind blown question for you...

What if, god forbid, Russell Wilson gets hurt after a game 1 45-3 win? And unfortunately, he's out for the whole year...

Matt Flynn, the pre Wilson destined franchaise quarterback, step in and do a 2013 version of Kurt Warner: leads the Hawks to a 14-2 record, home field advantage thru out, gets to the Super Bowl, WINS it on the final drive with an epic throw to Zach Miller in the corner of Metlife stadium endzone for a game winning touchdown. Flynn goes 3500 yards, 32 touchdowns, 8 picks --- Pro Bowl, All Pro, Superbowl MVP. We all celebrate like crazy in downtown Seattle....

Same time as now, next year. Dare we react to how the Rams reacted, keep and sign Flynn to a franchise QB deal... and.... wait for it... wait for it.... TRADE WILSON?????

Do we dare do that? Imagine the haul we would get for a 25 year old phenom QB. Talk about win forever we would get AT LEAST 2 first rounders if not more. It would reload us for an unprecedented run not seen since the early 2000s New England or mid 90s Dallas.

Or... do we trade Flynn for a not as decent haul yet wonder what would happen to team chemistry? Who has ever traded their super bowl MVP QB? The first guy to win this franchise a Super Bowl?

What.... would... you.... do... Mr. GM?

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