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Bobby Wagner Makes A Big Impression In Wildcard Game

Bobby Wagner was on fire in the first half of the Seahawks wildcard game against the Rams.

Wild Card Round - Los Angeles Rams v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

There was one name that was consistently mentioned throughout the first half of the Seahawks 30-20 loss to the Rams. Bobby Wagner. By the end of the first half, Bobby Wagner had 9 tackles and by the end of the game added 7 more.

He finished the game against the Seahawks with 16 tackles, 11 solo 6 assist, and also had a tackle for loss and quarterback hit on 73 snaps. He also went down with an apparent injury at the end of the first half then came back into the game.

One of the points that commentators Joe Buck and Troy Aikman brought up while discussing Bobby Wagner was the amount of success he has had in the NFL as a former Utah State Aggie. Bobby Wagner has been in the NFL for now nine seasons and in each season has made over 100 tackles. His most productive season in terms of forced turnovers was his first season, where he had three interceptions and also had four pass deflections. His strongest season in terms of number of tackles 2016, where he made 167 tackles. His final stats for the 2020 season are 138 tackles (81 solo, 57 assist) and seven tackles for loss in addition to 11 pass deflections, eight pass deflections, and a fumble recovery. On his career, Bobby Wagner has made 1213 tackles (726 solo, 487 assist) and has also made 65 tackles for loss, 75 quarterback hits, 10 interceptions, 55 pass deflections, five forced fumbles, and 10 fumble recoveries. He has scored one touchdown off an interception and three touchdowns off of fumbles. He has made 22.5 sacks in his career.

The impact the Bobby Wagner has had for the Seahawks is undeniable and among former Aggies, Bobby Wagner has had a great career and will continue to have an impact on Seattle in the future.