Former NC State Quarterback Russell Wilson has been selected to be the starting quarterback for the NFC in the 2020 Pro Bowl.
Wilson is a no-brainer after playing at an MVP level for much of the season. He’s third in touchdown passes with 28 (second in the NFC) with only five interceptions, good for the third-best TD/INT ratio (second in the NFC). He has the NFL’s fifth-best passer rating at 109.3 (third in the NFC). And just as important as any individual stat, he has led the Seahawks to an 11-3 record, good enough for the NFC’s No. 1 seed. (ESPN)
This is Wilson’s 7th time being selected to the Pro Bowl in his 8 year career. Wilson has now tied Torry Holt for the second most Pro Bowls by a former NC State player, trailing only Philip Rivers (8).