Let’s Ride returns, Russell Wilson emphatic after Broncos London win
It went away for a while after the football world endlessly roasted Russell Wilson for using his catchphrase in a loss. But now the Bronco’s skid has ended, as Denver righted the ship with a 21-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in London on Sunday.
Wilson led his 27th career fourth-quarter comeback, pushing the Broncos to a 3-5 record heading into their bye. Wilson walked out of Wembley with his famous three words:
— ESPN (@espn) October 30, 2022
He then doubled down on it posting a postgame hype video to Twitter.
Let’s Ride baby! pic.twitter.com/y4SOf0VPo8
— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) October 30, 2022
For Wilson it’s been a week of highs and lows, the win capping it well. Earlier this week he was the jester of the football world again, this time for doing high knees on the team plane.
His 252 yards through air seem to show that the workout may have worked. He was getting over both a hamstring and shoulder injury.
Wilson even poked fun at himself postgame saying about one his first down-getting runs, “I had the high knees on the third down.”