NFL: Twitter reacts to Russell Wilson saying ‘Let’s Ride’ after loss

When he played for the Seattle Seahawks, quarterback Russell Wilson had a signature “Go Hawks” signoff for every press conference. When he joined the Denver Broncos this offseason, Wilson switched to “Let’s Ride.”

It’s seemingly supposed to have the same meaning as “Go Broncos,” but the catchphrase has evolved into a meme after a video of Wilson repeating it went viral this offseason.

Now, many fans in Denver are growing sick of the signoff, particularly when things aren’t going well.

After the Broncos fell to the Indianapolis Colts 12-9 in an ugly overtime loss on Thursday evening, fans and pundits braced for Wilson’s presser.

I swear if Russ ends his presser with “Let’s Ride” tonight…

— Ryan Edwards (@redwardsradio) October 7, 2022

Wilson went to the podium and accepted blame for the loss and his two interceptions. Then … he finished his press conference with a half-hearted “Let’s Ride.” Fans didn’t love the timing.

Despite a tough night, Russell Wilson still made sure to end his presser with a “Broncos Country, let’s ride.”

— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) October 7, 2022

ending a presser with “let’s ride” is a weird flex after losing

— Michael McQuaid (@Michael_NFL) October 7, 2022

“Broncos country, Let’s ride” 😅

Russ ending his presser with his signature line even after falling to 2-3

— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 7, 2022

I can’t believe Russell Wilson said “Broncos Country, Let’s Ride” after losing to the Colts last night 😂

— DraftKings Sportsbook (@DKSportsbook) October 7, 2022

“Let’s ride?” Read the room dude

— Antwan V. Staley (@antwanstaley) October 7, 2022

This is the saddest “Let’s Ride” of the year

— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) October 7, 2022

Russel Wilson still ended the post game presser w/ “Broncos Country, let’s ride.”

It has less charm right about now.

— Zach Bye (@byesline) October 7, 2022

I think Russell Wilson is a truly good dude but I also think there’s way more value to being authentic than putting on a facade to prove to people that you can’t be rattled. Vulnerability is relatable. Last night, “Let’s ride” was anything but relatable.

— Sayre Bedinger (@SayreBedinger) October 7, 2022

Many fans and pundits have turned the slogan into a meme.

Russ: “Broncos Country… Let’s Ride‼️”

— King of Phinland🐬👑 (@KingOfPhinland) October 7, 2022

Russell Wilson: “Broncos Country.. Let’s Ride!”

— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) October 7, 2022

“Broncos country, let’s ride!”

— Michael Ritter (@MikeSteveRitter) October 7, 2022

“Let’s Ride!”

— Dan Ruppert (@Dan_Ruppert) October 7, 2022

Let’s ride huh

— Clarence Hill Jr (@clarencehilljr) October 7, 2022

#Broncos let’s ride out with the worst game ever showed on primetime😂😂😂😂😂
RUSSELL wilson is disappointing trash

— The Queen City Poet ✒️ (@Dnashtharapper) October 7, 2022

“Broncos country, let’s ride”

— TPS (@TotalProSports) October 7, 2022

Broncos Offense…Shitty Shitty bang bang! Let’s ride!

— Mark Schlereth (@markschlereth) October 7, 2022

Russ: “Man I’m sorry I didn’t see you. Let’s ride.”

— Devin Walker (@Devin_Walker2) October 7, 2022

Russ: Broncos Country, let’s ride!
The ride:

— HunchoMyers, yes i have a ben tat (@dillon_schmanek) October 7, 2022

It takes real courage to say this after a loss like that. Respect

— ThatsGoodSports (@BrandonPerna) October 7, 2022

Probably not the best timing, Russ.

Wilson and his teammates will return to action when the Broncos go on the road to face the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night Football in Week 6.

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