Geno Smith has been partaking in a profession year in Seattle up to this point this season. But, he won’t allow his prosperity to change his disposition.
When inquired as to whether Smith did any high knees on the Seahawks’ trip to Germany this week, he answered, “Man I feel like you’re attempting to accomplish something here.”
Smith added that he saved the high knees for the training field.
Obviously, the inquiry concerning performing high knees on the flight is connected with Russell Wilson. He let the media know that he was practicing all through the Horses’ trip to London.
“I was strolling all over the path, every other person was taken out, I was doing high knees, working my legs and all the other things, ensuring I was prepared to shake,” Wilson said. “That was great. Then I nodded off for one hour and I watched film for the rest. I felt significantly better to go.”
Rather than falling into the examiner’s snare, Smith pursued the more responsible option.
Geno Smith, asked if he did any high knees on the flight, tells questioner “man I feel like you’re trying to do something here.” Says saved the high knees for the field.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) November 10, 2022
Smith has made a mind boggling showing of supplanting Wilson in Seattle this season, finishing 73.1 percent of his pass endeavors for 2,199 yards with 15 scores and four block attempts.
The Seahawks are at present 6-3 to a great extent as a result of Smith’s capacity to deal with the football and keep the chains moving.
Seattle will attempt to keep things moving this Sunday against the Marauders.