Russell Wilson was a part of a stunning double fumble play, and NFL fans roasted the Seahawks




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Germain Ifedi figured himself a competent ball-carrier for all of three seconds.

During the fourth quarterback of Monday Night Football against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10, the Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle seemed to see a Russell Wilson fumble in progress. Ifedi grabbed the ball out of the air while Wilson was getting sacked. Ifedi then attempted to advance the ball, but instead managed a second fumble on the play. This time, the Seahawks lost the fumble, and 49ers defensive Deforest Buckner recovered the ball for a scoop-and-score. While a few 49ers seemed to have their hands on Ifedi, linebacker Fred Warner managed to punch out the ball.

It was the Seahawks’ third lost fumble and fifth total fumble to that point in the game. Running back Rashaad Penny fumbled on the San Francisco 47-yard line and receiver D.K. Metcalf fumbled on the 49ers’ 2-yard line.

So when yet another Seahawk committed a fumble at a crucial moment, fans and NFL media members laid into the Seattle for the error.

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