Reacting to Russell Wilson suffering a gruesome sprained finger vs. the Rams | (debatable)

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Reacting to Russell Wilson suffering a gruesome sprained finger vs. the Rams | (debatable)

Pablo Torre, Mina Kimes and Domonique Foxworth react to the Los Angeles Rams defeating the Seattle Seahawks 26-17 and debate whether the Seahawks’ season is over if Russell Wilson does not return due to a sprained finger.

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