This season has not gone well for Russell Wilson and the Broncos, and he’s part of the reason.
He and the offense have just been unable to get anything going, while the defense continues to be great.
Russ is also now dealing with injuries that could keep him out of the lineup.
Now things go from bad to worse for him because Subway has taken down his weird Subway ad after social media hated it and wouldn’t let up on the sandwich restaurant ever since it first dropped.
They not only removed the ad, they also took the “Dangerwich” sandwich off the menu.
Maybe he can focus on helping the offense score in the red zone now.
It seems like everyone is coming for Russ these days.
Crowder previously spoke about Wilson’s relationship with wife Ciara, calling Wilson a “square” before addressing the couple’s marriage. Crowder claimed that Ciara was only with her husband because he had money, and it was a remark that Crowder would later publicly apologize for. He also previously suggested that a woman couldn’t possibly go from a man like Future to a man like Wilson, leaving many puzzled about why he had such a problem with the Broncos quarterback.
Wilson was once again in Crowder’s crosshairs on The Pivot Podcast. When Wilson became a topic of conversation, the hosts couldn’t help but laugh because of Crowder’s previous statements. It was mentioned that Wilson was respected because he was an approachable “cool guy,” was a team player, and it was added that he likes to play R&B in the locker room. Crowder said his team wasn’t trying to listen to R&B. “I don’t want to be soothed, I’m trying to go out and fight a big motherf*cker trying to hit me in the head,” he added.
Someone added that Wilson’s personality is “cool, calm, collective,” and that the Broncos star is a great leader and motivates his fellow players.
“I don’t know, you know I’ve been criticized a lot,” said Crowder. “Called the man lame, called him square… They got on my about that… No I’m not taking it back!… It’s an opinion. I know dudes that I want to hang with, I grew up in Atlanta and I know guys I wanna hang with. I don’t wanna hang with Russ! ‘Cause he put mousse in his hair, he slick it sideways, he ain’t my type of dude.”
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