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Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin is a prime example of a player that hates losing more than he likes winning.
After Seattle's stunning home loss to the Dallas Cowboys (5-1) in Week 6, the wideout expressed his angst, welcoming outsiders into the mindset of the team going forward:
"It just kind of refocuses us and lets us know that we are not as good as we think we are and we are not as good as everyone on the outside thinks that we are," Baldwin told the Seattle Times.
The Seahawks fell to 3-2 over the first five games, after losing just three games in their title run a year ago.
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During the game in which Baldwin caught just two balls on three targets, the fourth-year player was seen in a heated sideline discussion with reigning Super Bowl MVP Russell Wilson.
"I wasn’t yelling at Russell," Baldwin said. "I was voicing frustration as a whole with the offense. I told him ‘we are too good for this,’ that we should be putting up 40 points, that we have too much talent to not be going out there and not playing the way we are capable of."
The Seahawks are ranked 29th in total offense, and tied for 15th in points scored.
Baldwin is the team's leading receiver with 187 yards through five games.
He finished second on offense last season with 50 receptions, 778 yards and five touchdowns.