Seattle Russell Wilson trumps Patrick Mahomes and joins the MVP Race in a Bleacher report
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As Russell Wilson has always done and will likely remain so many years, he has silenced people again. 1
9659004] Wilson beat Patrick Mahomes this night, which saw some of the most dazzling quarterback games of the season. He was a litter for a litter, a race for a race and a goal for the quarterback. We all want to anoint the MVP. .and won.
In a career of many great moments, this was one of his finest. In one fell swoop, he stared down an ascending star, hitting a Super Bowl contender and jumping into the MVP race.
Will Wilson receive the MVP award? Probably not. Did he deserve it? He could just do it.
The Seahawks are in the playoffs after a breathtaking, beautiful and magnificent game by Wilson that defeated a stunning, beautiful and magnificent Mahomes.
What was the key to the 38-31 victory?
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This response is typical of the mean Wilson, whose hype is never equal to his electric game.
His critics have talked for so long about what Wilson can not do. Most of the time the Wilson haters said he can not throw out of his pocket, but he could and can.
On the other hand, Mahomes has not lacked in hype, and he showed why NFL history with one of the most spectacular throws in recent times. But there was Wilson doing his own magic. His timely confusion brought the Seattle attack on the field. His perfect throw, especially for Doug Baldwin, was the kind of skilful passports we would drool over our phones and TVs if Tom Brady or Drew Brees did them.