Russell Wilson knows that it takes a team effort for an NFL offense to be successful.
To show his appreciation for his teammates’ hard work and production this season, the second-year quarterback bought his entire offense an XBox One video game console for Christmas.
With the help of his offensive line, running backs and wide receivers, Wilson has thrown for more yards with a higher QB rating this season compared to his rookie campaign a year ago. A lot of credit for Seattle’s 11-4 record is given to its defense, and rightly so, but the success of the offense (specifically the NFL’s fourth-best running game) has made the Seahawks better equipped for a Super Bowl run than they were last season.
Check out Wilson with his happy teammates and their new gifts in the photo below.
USA goaltender Jon Gillies wore an awesome mask in Thursday’s 5-1 win over the Czech Republic.
Photo via @PeteBlackburn
Well, this is awkward.
They have ran out of pizza for the media at the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. How does that happen? http://t.co/qXly7JFpqO—
David Dermer (@The_Only_Derm) December 26, 2013
Knicks head coach Mike Woodson‘s reactions are often priceless.