After the Seattle Seahawks lost to the Atlanta Falcons 36-20, in the Divisional round of the playoffs. An injured Earl Thomas went to Twitter to vent his frustrations about the lose to the Falcons, along with his hate for the Patriots.

The All-Pro free safety probably felt like every Seahawks fan, after falling short in the playoffs for a second consecutive year.

Here are some of Thomas’ Tweets from last night:

You can think what you want about Thomas’ tirade on Twitter, but I enjoyed seeing it. It showed to me that he is still hungry and wants to compete next year.

The Seahawks have a lot of improving to do over the off season this year. There is a lot of holes that need fixing on all three sides of the football.

I truly believe that this will be one of the most important off seasons for Pete Carroll and John Schneider since they showed up in Seattle, in 2010.

Looking back at the game this past weekend, the Seahawks were a good team this season but not a great one. You can say what you want about Thomas being out and the bad offensive line play but the Seahawks just weren’t that great this season.

Everyone on the team is growing up and getting older and it seems like they care less and less about football. I would love to see this team get younger and hungrier going into this next season. It’s hard to be hungry when half of your teams belly is full.

I am not trying to say that there is a lack of effort or anything like that, but you can see a difference of energy between this season and say the 2012-2014 seasons.

The Seahawks haven’t been healthy for a full season since the Super Bowl season in 2013 and that is one of their biggest faults. I would love to see this team completely healthy for a season and see if they can actually duplicate what they did in 13′ and 14′.

But, none the less, the season is over and the Seahawks have some improving to do. I can’t wait to see what the Seahawks do this off season to help improve their team going into the 2017 regular season.

Go Hawks!

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