As the Philadelphia Eagles rolled into Seattle on Sunday, they wouldn’t have guessed that backup quarterback Trevone Boykin would line up as a running back for a play and that star wideout Doug Baldwin would be the most accurate passer of the day.
But football is all about trickery, isn’t it? Play action, false counts, pump fakes — all a part of the game that we devote an entire day of the week to.
It’s pretty safe to assume that Russell Wilson was always the most popular kid in school. A three-sport athlete and senior class president of his high school, Wilson has this magnetic attitude that oozes positivity, and his buoyancy has carried over to his day job as the quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks. Back in the day, he seemed like the type of guy who would invite the new kid over to the popular table at lunch and share his dessert with them.