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Seahawks Russell Wilson beats out Peyton Manning.... Again

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Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson has certainly been one of the most talked about names in football since leading the Seahawks to the Super Bowl title in February.

Back on that fateful evening in New Jersey, Wilson led his team past a Denver Broncos team who had been spurred on all season by legendary NFL Quarterback Peyton Manning. 

So not only did Wilson top Manning on the big stage, he - along with his Seahawks team pretty much embarrassed the future hall of famer in front of a global audience.

Now Wilson seems to have done it again, topping Manning in yet another area of football life.

The Seattle Quarterback has topped the shirt sales list from March 2013 - present leaving Manning having to settle for the number two spot..... again.

Wilson is one of three Seahawks players to make it into the top 50 as the usual suspects of Runningback Marshawn Lynch and Cornerback Richard Sherman enter at seventh and 12th respectively.

Manning has been bested by Wilson once again and many people are fancying the two to meet again in Arizona in February for Super Bowl XLIX so we could see the two go at it once more on the big stage.

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