This really is absurd to think about, the sub-six foot quarterback whose own college head coach told him he wouldn’t, couldn’t, play in the NFL might win the league’s MVP award. Never mind might, either. Seattle’s Russell Wilson was one of the frontrunners entering the holiday season, leading what was thought to be a somewhat-in-transition Seahawks squad to a stellar start. Not that this is anything new of course. All Wilson has done since entering the league is win. Among those with at least 100 career starts in the 100-year history of the NFL, only Tom Brady, Roger Staubach, Joe…

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