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Russell Wilson was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft, the 75th overall pick. Coming off a senior season at Wisconsin in which he threw 33 TDs and only four INTs, he’s now the third QB behind Matt Flynn and Tavaris Jackson. Wilson is particularly known for his ability to move and throw on the run, as well as tuck it and go when the play breaks down.
We caught a glimpse of that yesterday in the Seahawks’ preseason debut against the Tennessee Tians, when Wilson ran a play-action bootleg left. Except the Titans’ defense missed the whole the-handoff-didn’t-really-happen part, so they’re probably still flowing to the strong side this morning. Wilson skated into the end zone with relative ease from 32 yards out.
This might not rival the trickery of the annexation of Puerto Rico, but still.
Video via CJ Fogler
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