As the 2019 fantasy football season nears, it's time to examine players who could make or break your fantasy team. Here's a look at Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his fantasy outlook for the season ahead.
Old vs. young has never been more embodied in a Super Bowl than with its 53rd installment. The game on Feb. 3 between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams will have both the largest age differences between quarterbacks and head coaches.
With that as the backdrop, here are the largest age gaps under center in Super Bowl history. As you will see, youth hasn't always been served but it hasn't necessarily been a huge disadvantage on Super Sunday either.
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The Seattle Seahawks are set to open training camp on July 31 and Russell Wilson is still not signed to a contract extension. So the question is – will this be the beginning of the end for Wilson in a Seattle uniform and is it time to panic if you are a Seahawks fan?
The NFL is a quarterback-driven league and no matter how many great prospects come out of college, only a small handful will develop into players who can consistently win.
While the implementation of a rookie salary cap has eased the amount of risk and cap space team must allot to new signal-callers, paying a quarterback more than anyone else on your roster is almost inevitable with any small amount of success.
Seahawks fans really want to keep Russell Wilson in Seattle.
One fan has even gone as far as to create a GoFundMe account to raise $5 million in order to pay for an LLC to sponsor Wilson. The craziest part about this is that people are actually donating to it. It's like let's help the rich get richer. The account has raised $1,311 in 13 days, which isn't bad.
Look out, Peyton Manning. This year’s MVP race just got interesting. With four games to play, Seattle Seahawks second-year signal-caller Russell Wilson is making a strong run at the league’s top award. The Denver Broncos’ thoroughbred remains the favorite to add a fifth MVP to his already crowded trophy case. But Seattle’s favorite underdog continues to dramatically exceed all reasonable expectations while taking a circuitous — and unlikely — route to stardom.