The NFL's Pro Bowlers showed off their individual talents at the Skills Showdown held in Orlando, Florida which aired on Thursday night.
Russell Wilson's pinpoint accuracy was on display again as, for the second year in a row, he led the field with 19 points in the Precision Passing drill.
The Seahawks' star was on fire again in the Pro Bowl's newest drill, "Thread the Needle."
Quarterbacks attempted to fit the ball through small targets and past the hands of the waiting defensive backs.
Wilson came away with a competition-high 16 points while throwing against ballhawks Stephon Gilmore and Minkah Fitzpatrick.
The team gauntlet event wasn't much of a competition after the NFC team struggled with the fumble scramble.
Let's be real, we're all here to see NFL players play dodgeball.
The highlight of the entire competition was Indianapolis Colts guard Quenton Nelson taking a ball to the face.
Cleveland Browns wideout Jarvis Landry showed off his sticky mitts all season, but never more so than with the skills comp on the line. Landry sealed it with a couple of big grabs to win the dodgeball event.
The Pro Bowlers get back on the field Sunday for the Pro Bowl game at 3 p.m. ET.