The Denver Broncos quarterback gifted his offensive linemen Skittles dispensing parkas for Christmas this week, a far cry from the lavish gestures of Wilson, Flacco, and Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott.
Wilson, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback, gifted his entire offensive line 4K TV's. He also bought first-class plane tickets to anywhere in the world for the entire team.
Flacco, the Baltimore Ravens quarterback, gave his 14 offensive linemen a virtual reality system. The linemen came out of their meetings to find Oculus Rift headsets, which retail for about $600, and Alienware systems, retailing for up to $2,000, by their lockers.
"Every year you've got to do a little something different. It's actually a lot of pressure," Flacco told BaltimoreRavens.com. "I try to get it out of the way earlier and earlier every year and make sure it's just taken care of. That way I can get it off my mind and not think about it anymore."
Elliott gifted his offensive line John Deere 855D S4's. The utility vehicles start at $16,000 apiece.
"This is the best O-line in football," Elliott told DallasCowboys.com. "They deserve the best gifts. I just wanted to get something they'd really appreciate, something I know they all would love."