Russell Wilson has message for critics and doubters ahead of season start

Wilson determined to have a big bounce back year.

by Dzevad Mesic
Russell Wilson has message for critics and doubters ahead of season start
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Russell Wilson insists he is not concerned too much about what his critics and doubters may have to say as the Denver Broncos quarterback feels he has "proven throughout my career what I can do." After a complete disaster of a first year with the Broncos, Wilson is determined to bounce back in 2023 and get back with the Broncos on the right back.

While the Broncos have been insisting they believe Wilson can turn everything around in 2023, there are also those who are skeptical about what the 34-year-old quarterback can do in this situation. “I’m used to some of those who believe and some of those who doubt, and I think that when you’re playing high stakes and you dream to be the best you can possibly be every day, there’s always going to be people that question whether you can do it or not.

And I think I’ve proven that throughout my career what I can do and I got to do it again," Wilson said, via the Denver Gazette.

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Wilson aims for the Super Bowl

Wilson, a nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback, has one Super Bowl in his collection.

After winning a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks, Wilson says his goal is to also win one with the Broncos. “Every year, the goal is to win the whole thing, just to be honest with you,’’ Wilson highlighted.

The Broncos entered the 2022 season with Super Bowl aspirations but then went 5-12 and didn't come anywhere near making the playoffs. Still going into the 2023 season, Wilson and company are hoping for a big season. “The biggest thing is just going out on the field and just doing it and what we know how to do, playing at the highest level, winning football games,’’ Wilson said. This Sunday, Wilson will be hoping to lead the Broncos to a win over the Las Vegas Raiders in their season opener.

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