On Thursday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll explicitly allowed Seattle fans to hear former Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on Monday night.Broncos coach Nathaniel Friday. Hackett shrugged Carroll and gave 12 people permission to boo.
“I just happened to hear that,” Hackett told reporters. “At the end of the day, for us, it’s about going out to win football games. I know it’s going to be a hostile environment, no matter who the quarterback is. thinks highly of him and knows every game he won and everything he did for that community and everyone.He’s here in Denver We rally around him, but it’s a hostile place anyway, so I’m excited.”
Wilson’s return makes the natural animosity a little stronger, especially when fans blamed him for his divorce. The Seahawks refused to accept him as a true franchise his quarterback. Wilson wanted to be the center of the attack. The Seahawks didn’t want to do it after he earned two marketable contracts. So they traded him to a team that does.
Fans shouldn’t make it petty or personal (e.g., by chanting “Go Hawks” or “Let’s Ride”), but like Packers fans pissed off Brett Favre in 2009. In other words, you shouldn’t boo him obsessively, but there’s nothing wrong with that. Loud and boisterous, carrying out attacks and disrupting Wilson’s efforts to help his team win the game.