Terry Bradshaw gives Russell Wilson a bit of advice


One thing you have to admire about Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is that he never stops trying to improve himself. Even moments after clinching the NFC Championship, he was angling to learn more about the game and get better at his craft.

During the post-game celebration Sunday, Wilson was caught on mic asking hall of famer Terry Bradshaw what he needs to do to win the Super bowl.

Bradshaw may play the buffoon in the studio for Fox, but he certainly knows what he’s talking about when it comes to winning championships.

During the 1970s Bradshaw was a major component on a Pittsburgh Steelers team that dominated its era. They won the Super bowl in 1975, 1976, 1979 and 1980. Bradshaw won the league MVP award in 1978 and his team also won eight division championships during his run.

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