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Wilson continues to silence the doubters. He had a rough game but that last drive was money and the definition of clutch.


He threw 4 INT's that game. He's only the 2nd QB in NFL history to go to the Superbowl doing that. Teams aren't supposed to win with that many turnovers. He didn't silence anyone this game.

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He threw 4 INT's that game. He's only the 2nd QB in NFL history to go to the Superbowl doing that. He didn't silence anyone this game.

Did he lose? No, he didn't...and he didn't throw anymore picks and he made big plays in the passing and the running game when his team needed it. He silenced plenty. It's not about how you start it's how you finish.

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