3 reasons Rams should be glad Seahawks are eliminated from playoffs

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1. Wilson is always dangerous this time of year

Despite how much the Cowboys appeared to be in control of Saturday’s game against the Seahawks, deep down everyone was waiting for that moment in which Wilson pulled off the incredible comeback since it’s happened so many times before.

While there were a few occasions in which it looked like it was going to happen, at the end of the day, Wilson and Seattle ended up coming short to Dallas, and will now be watching the rest of the playoffs from the comfort of their homes.

As surprising as it was to see Wilson come up short in leading the Seahawks to another epic win in the playoffs, the quarterback’s history on incredible comebacks shows why so many football fans expected it to happen when facing the Cowboys.

Los Angeles can only imagine how much of a headache Wilson would have been in the Divisional Round, but at least it’s no longer an issue since his team is officially out.

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No matter how much the Rams prepared for a potential third meeting with Wilson and the Seahawks, chances are he still would have found a way to be productive on offense for Seattle, because he’s that dangerous of a quarterback when under center.