Last year, many NFL pundits thought Russell Wilson was too vertically challenged to become a starting NFL quarterback, which is mostly why the 5'11" rookie dropped to the third round (75th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft. All he did after that was win the starting job in training camp, give 100 percent on every play and lead the Seattle Seahawks to an 11-5 season and a trip to the playoffs.
To prove his doubters wrong, Wilson worked to improve every part of his game. Find out how the QB fueled up throughout the season at STACK.com.
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