Russell Wilson has been playing for the Seattle Seahawks since 2012 and won one Super Bowl with the team. Wilson is one of four NFL quarterbacks with a career passer rating of over 100. Wilson has the most wins by an NFL quarterback through nine seasons (98). The dual-threat quarterback has won Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, which was also the first Super Bowl win for the Seattle Seahawks. He has made it to 9 Pro-Bowl first teams and is regarded as one of the best quarterbacks playing the game presently. After helping the Seahawks reach three consecutive playoffs (2018-2020), Wilson is still looking for another Super Bowl victory to add to his tally.
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2012/ Round: 3/ Pick: 75
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How Many Super Bowls has Russell Wilson Won?
Russell Wilson has won only one Super Bowl till now. He won the Super Bowl in 2014 in the XLVIII edition of the game. Russell Wilson led the Denver Broncos to their first Super Bowl win.
Russell Wilson Super Bowl wins and losses
Russell Wilson is one of the best quarterbacks in the league. Since being drafted by the Seattle Seahawks, he led the team to their first Super Bowl victory in 2014. Russell Wilson was the starting quarterback for the Seahawks in the Super Bowl XLVIII match against the Denver Broncos. Wilson threw 206 yards in the game and two touchdown passes. He had a 123.1 passer rating with no interceptions as the Seahawks defeated the Broncos 43-8.
Wilson made it to another Super Bowl in the consecutive year making the Seahawks the first defending champions to appear in consecutive Super Bowls (apart from the Patriots in 2004). In Super Bowl XLIX, the Seahawks lost to the New England Patriots in close match ending 28-24. The Seahawks led in the fourth qaurter but two consecutive touchdowns from the Patriots turned the tide in their favour in the final minutes of the quarter.
"I need to see him play football before the cringe kills me" , "People really hate on this guy for visualizing success" - Russell Wilson practicing high-fives before practice divides opinion among NFL fans