Russell Wilson was embarrassing yet again on the field and he even took shots from a cartoon character. CBS had an alternate broadcast on Nickelodeon for its Christmas Day game on Sunday between the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams.
The NFL Nickmas Game has become extremely popular with fans, but Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson likely won’t be too fond of one moment during that broadcast.
Noah Eagle was the play-by-play announcer along with CBS’ Nate Burleson and Nickelodeon stars Gabrielle Nevaeh Green and Dylan Gilmer. Patrick Star, voiced by Bill Fagerbakke, stole the show as he called the play-by-play as the Broncos took over on offense.
It couldn’t have been better timing as Star was able to see Wilson toss an interception.
“Second and long, and the Broncos, and those are the big horsey players, and they have the ball, and they’re going to see if they can find a way to move it,” said Patrick.
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Wilson threw an interception to Bobby Wagner. Patrick then took a dig at Wilson and the mantra that has followed Wilson for a few years of “let Russ cook.”
“That’s called an interception!”
“That’s not what he wanted to cook.”
“No, I think he burnt whatever he was cooking!” Eagle added.
Wilson, who won Super Bowl XLVIII as the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, was simply terrible during this contest. Denver fell to 4-11, as Wilson was 15-of-27 passing for 214 yards, throwing one touchdown and three interceptions.
He was benched late in the game for backup Brett Rypien. Wilson has completed 60.1% of his passes for 3,019 yards while throwing 12 touchdowns to nine interceptions in 13 games. This season cannot end soon enough.
The Broncos traded a haul to the Seattle Seahawks for Wilson and proceeded to give him a five-year contract that is likely one of the worst deals in NFL history. The Broncos are stuck with Wilson and the franchise will pay for many years to come.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.