SportStar Athletics: The Gear for Pros
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Derek CarrQuarterback, Las Vegas Raiders September 19, 2021
Led the Raiders over the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-17, throwing for 382 yards, 2 TD's, and 0 INT's. The Raiders are currently 2-0 on the season.
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs September 12, 2021
Led the Chiefs over the Cleveland Browns 33-29, throwing for 337 yards, 3 TD's, and 0 INT's. He also rushed for another TD.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersSuper Bowl LV Champions February 7, 2021
The Bucs beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9, led by a defense that kept the Chiefs out of the end zone. The championship is the 2nd for the Buccaneers and 7th for QB Tom Brady.
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs January 24, 2021
Led the Chiefs over the Buffalo Bills 38-24, throwing for 325 yards, 3 TD's, and 0 INT's. The Chiefs are heading to their 2nd straight Super Bowl.
Taron JohnsonCornerback, Buffalo Bills January 17, 2021
Led the Bills defense over the Baltimore Ravens 17-3 with 6 Tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PD, and a 101-yard Interception for a touchdown.
Stefon DiggsWide Receiver, Buffalo Bills January 9, 2021
Led the Bills over the Indianapolis Colts 27-24, catching 6 passes for 128 yards and 1 TD. It was the Bills first playoff victory since 1995.
Justin FieldsQuarterback, Ohio State Buckeyes January 1, 2021
Led the Buckeyes over the Clemson Tigers 49-28, throwing for 385 yards, 6 TD's, 1 INT, and rushing for 42 yards. They will face Alabama in the National Championship game.
Ryan TannehillQuarterback, Tennessee Titans December 20, 2020
Led the Titans over the Detroit Lions 46-25, throwing for 273 yards, 3 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 21 yards and 2 more TD's.
Lamar JacksonQuarterback, Baltimore Ravens December 14, 2020
Led the Ravens over the Cleveland Browns 47-42, throwing for 162 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT's, and rushing for 124 yards and 2 more TD's.
Josh AllenQuarterback, Buffalo Bills December 7, 2020
Led the Bills over the San Francisco 49ers 34-24, throwing for 375 yards, 4 TD's, and 0 INT's.
Jaret PattersonRunning Back, University at Buffalo November 28, 2020
Led the Bulls over Kent State 70-41, rushing for 409 yards and 8 TD's. He tied a national single-game record for touchdowns and set a MAC single-game record for rushing yards.
Deshaun WatsonQuarterback, Houston Texans November 22, 2020
Led the Texans over the New England Patriots 27-20, throwing for 344 yards, 2 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for another TD.
Ben RoethlisbergerQuarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers November 15, 2020
Led the Steelers over the Cincinnati Bengals 36-10, throwing for 333 yards, 4 TD's, and 0 INT's. The Steelers are the only undefeated team through week 10.
D'Eriq KingQuarterback, Miami Hurricanes November 7, 2020
Led the Hurricanes over the NC State Wolfpack 44-41, completing 31-41 passes, 430 yards, 5 TD's, and 0 INT's, and rushing for 105 yards.
Matt CorralQuarterback, Ole Miss Rebels October 31, 2020
Led the Rebels over the Vanderbilt Commodores 54-21, completing 31-34 passes, 412 yards, 6 TD's, and 0 INT's. His 19 straight completions to begin the game set a new program record once held by Eli Manning.
Jerry HughesDefensive End, Buffalo Bills October 25, 2020
Anchored the Bills defense with 5 Tackles, 2 Sacks, and an Interception, beating the New York Jets 18-10.
Trevor LawrenceQuarterback, Clemson Tigers October 19, 2020
Led the Tigers over Georgia Tech 73-7, throwing for 404 yards, 5 TD's, 1 INT, mostly in the 1st half of the game.
Ryan TannehillQuarterback, Tennessee Titans October 13, 2020
Led the Titans over the Buffalo Bills 42-16, throwing for 195 yards, 3 TD's, 0 INT's, completing 21 of 28 passes, and rushing for 42 yards and another TD.
DeAndre HopkinsWide Receiver, Arizona Cardinals October 11, 2020
Caught 6 passes for 131 yards and 1 TD against the New York Jets, with the Cardinals beating them 30-10. He leads the NFL with 528 receiving yards through week 5.
Dalvin CookRunning Back, Minnesota Vikings October 4, 2020
Led the Vikings over the Houston Texans 31-23, rushing 27 times for 130 yards, 2 TD's, and catching 2 passes for 16 yards.
Quarterback, Seattle Seahawks September 27, 2020
Led the Seahawks over the Dallas Cowboys 38-31, throwing for 315 yards, 5 TD's, 0 INT's, completing 27 of 40 passes, and rushing for 22 yards.
Josh AllenQuarterback, Buffalo Bills September 20, 2020
Led the Bills over the Miami Dolphins 31-28, throwing for 417 yards, 4 TD's, 0 INT's, completing 24 of 35 passes, and rushing for 18 yards.
Russell WilsonQuarterback, Seattle Seahawks September 13, 2020
Led the Seahawks over the Atlanta Falcons 38-25, throwing for 322 yards, 4 TD's, completing 31 of 35 passes, and rushing for 29 yards.
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs February 2, 2020
Led the Chiefs over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV 31-20, throwing for 286 yards, 2 TD's, and rushing for 29 yards and another TD. He became the youngest QB ever to be named Super Bowl MVP.
2020 Pro BowlQuarterbacks January 26, 2020
All 6 QB's that participated in the Pro Bowl wear SportStar Victory chinstraps. AFC: Lamar Jackson, Deshaun Watson, Ryan Tannehill. NFC: Russell Wilson, Drew Brees, Kirk Cousins.
Kansas City Chiefs2019 AFC Champions January 19, 2020
Patrick Mahomes II and the Chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans 35-24 to advance to their first Super Bowl since 1970.
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs January 12, 2020
Led the Chiefs over the Houston Texans in the AFC divisional round of the playoffs 51-31, passing for 321 yards, 5 TD's, and rushing for 53 yards.
Dalvin CookRunning Back, Minnesota Vikings January 5, 2020
Led the Vikings over the New Orleans Saints with an overtime playoff win, 26-20. Cook rushed for 94 yards, 2 TD's, and caught 3 passes for 36 yards.
Trevor LawrenceQuarterback, Clemson Tigers December 28, 2019
Led the Tigers over the Ohio State Buckeyes 29-23 in the Fiesta Bowl, passing for 259 yards, 2 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 107 yards and another TD.
Saquon BarkleyRunning Back, New York Giants December 22, 2019
Led the Giants over the Washington Redskins 41-35, rushing for 189 yards, 1 TD, and catching 4 passes for 90 yards and another TD.
Drew BreesQuarterback, New Orleans Saints December 16, 2019
Brees broke Peyton Manning's all-time passing touchdown record (539) Monday night in a blowout win over the Indianapolis Colts 34-7. He completed 29-30 passes for 307 yards and 4 TD's.
Tre'Davious WhiteCornerback, Buffalo Bills December 15, 2019
Picked off 2 passes to help the Bills defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 17-10, clinching a playoff birth for the 2nd time in 3 years. White is tied for 1st in the NFL with 6 interceptions this season.
Kenyan DrakeRunning Back, Arizona Cardinals December 15, 2019
Led the Cardinals over the Cleveland Browns 38-24, rushing for 137 yards and 4 TD's. He became the first Cardinals player with four touchdowns in a game since 1993.
Ryan TannehillQuarterback, Tennessee Titans December 8, 2019
Led the Titans over the Oakland Raiders 42-21, passing for 391 yards, 3 TD's, and 1 INT. The Titans have won 4 straight games and are tied for 1st place with the Texans in the AFC South.
Deshaun WatsonQuarterback, Houston Texans December 1, 2019
Led the Texans over the New England Patriots 28-22, passing for 234 yards, 3 TD's, and caught a 6 yard pass from DeAndre Hopkins for another TD.
Lamar JacksonQuarterback, Baltimore Ravens November 25, 2019
Led the Ravens over the Los Angeles Rams 45-6, passing for 169 yards, 5 TD's, and rushing for 95 yards in just 3 quarters of play.
Dak PrescottQuarterback, Dallas Cowboys November 17, 2019
Led the Cowboys over the Detroit Lions 35-27, passing for 444 yards and 3 TD's. He leads the NFL in total yards passing (3,221) this season.
Aaron JonesRunning Back, Green Bay Packers November 10, 2019
Led the Packers over the Carolina Panthers 24-16, rushing for 93 yards on 13 carries and 3 TD's. He is tied for the most total TD's in the NFL this season with 14.
Lamar JacksonQuarterback, Baltimore Ravens November 3, 2019
Led the Ravens over the undefeated New England Patriots 37-20, passing for 163 yards, 1 TD, and rushing for 61 yards and 2 more TD's.
Drew BreesQuarterback, New Orleans Saints October 27, 2019
Led the Saints over the Arizona Cardinals 31-9, passing for 373 yards and 3 TD's after missing the past five games with a thumb injury.
Ezekiel ElliottRunning Back, Dallas Cowboys October 20, 2019
Led the Cowboys over the Philadelphia Eagles 37-10, rushing for 111 yards and 1 TD on 22 carries. He also caught 6 passes for 36 yards.
Kirk CousinsQuarterback, Minnesota Vikings October 13, 2019
Led the Vikings over the Philadelphia Eagles 38-20, throwing for 333 yards and 4 TD's. Minnesota is 4-2 in the NFC North.
Deshaun WatsonQuarterback, Houston Texans October 6, 2019
Led the Texans over the Atlanta Falcons 53-32, throwing for 426 yards, 5 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushed for 47 yards. He became just the third quarterback in the Super Bowl era to put up a perfect passer rating in a 400-yard, five-touchdown performance.
Leonard FournetteRunning Back, Jacksonville Jaguars September 29, 2019
Rushed for a career high 225 yards to help the Jags beat the Denver Broncos 26-24. It was his first 100 yard game since 2017.
Daniel JonesQuarterback, New York Giants September 22, 2019
In his 1st NFL start, he led the Giants over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 32-31, throwing for 336 yards, 2 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushed for 2 more touchdowns.
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs September 15, 2019
Led the Chiefs over the Oakland Raiders 28-10, throwing for 443 yards, 4 TD's, and 0 INT's. All 4 touchdowns were thrown in the 2nd quarter.
Lamar JacksonQuarterback, Baltimore Ravens September 8, 2019
Led the Ravens over the Miami Dolphins 59-10, completing 17 of 20 passes for 324 yards, 5 TD's, and 0 INT's.
Travis EtienneRunning Back, Clemson Tigers August 29, 2019
Led #1 ranked Clemson over Georgia Tech 52-14 with 205 rushing yards and 3 TD's, including a 90-yard touchdown.
L'Damian WashingtonWide Receiver, Birmingham Iron March 17, 2019
Caught 4 passes for 128 yards and 2 TD's to help lead the Iron over the San Diego Fleet 32-29. He set the AAF record with an 83 yard touchdown reception.
Tarean FolstonRunning back, Atlanta Legends March 10, 2019
Led the Legends over the Memphis Express 23-20, rushing for 83 yards and 1 TD and catching 6 passes for 23 yards and another TD.
Drew JacksonLinebacker, Memphis Express March 3, 2019
Anchored the Express defense with 13 Total Tackles, 4 Tackles for Loss, 4 Passes Defensed, and 1 Interception to beat the San Diego Fleet 26-23.
Trent RichardsonRunning Back, Birmingham Iron February 24, 2019
Rushed for 46 yards and 3 TD's against the Atlanta Legends, beating them 28-12 to remain undefeated. Richardson leads the AAF with 6 TD's after 3 weeks.
John WolfordQuarterback, Arizona Hotshots February 10, 2019
Led his team over the Salt Lake Stallions 38-22, throwing for 275 yards, 4 TD's, and 0 INT's. Wolford leads the AAF in passing yards and touchdowns after week 1.
Julian EdelmanWide Receiver, New England Patriots February 3, 2019
Caught 10 passes for 141 yards to lead the Patriots over the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII, winning the MVP. Edelman is the seventh wide receiver to earn Super Bowl MVP honors.
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs January 27, 2019
Led the AFC over the NFC 26-7 in the Pro Bowl, where he was named the offensive MVP. There were more than 32 players wearing SportStar chinstraps at this years Pro Bowl. The BEST players wear the BEST gear!
Trevor LawrenceQuarterback, Freshman, Clemson Tigers January 7, 2019
Led the Tigers over #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 44-16 in the College Football National Championship game, throwing for 347 yards, 3 TD's, and 0 INT's. The Tigers became the first major-college team to complete a season 15-0 in 121 years.
Dak PrescottQuarterback, Dallas Cowboys December 30, 2018
Led his team over division rival New York Giants 36-35, throwing for 387 yards, 4 TD's, and 0 INT's. The Cowboys won the NFC East and will face the Seattle Seahawks in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.
C.J. AndersonRunning Back, Los Angeles Rams December 23, 2018
The recently signed veteran free agent filled in for Todd Gurley (knee) by rushing for 167 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown, helping the Rams defeat the Arizona Cardinals 31-9. The Rams are currently the #2 seed in the NFC.
Dalvin CookRunning Back, Minnesota Vikings December 16, 2018
Rushed for 136 yards, 2 TD's, and caught a pass for 27 yards to help the Vikings beat the Miami Dolphins 41-17.
Amari CooperWide Receiver, Dallas Cowboys December 9, 2018
Caught 10 passes for 217 yards and 3 TD's as the Cowboys beat division rival Philadelphia Eagles in overtime 29-23. The Cowboys have won 5 straight and currently have a 2 game lead in their division.
Bobby WagnerLinebacker, Seattle Seahawks December 2, 2018
Disrupted the San Francisco 49ers offense to help the Seahawks win 43-16 with 12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 2 pass deflections, and a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Dwayne HaskinsQuarterback, Ohio State Buckeyes November 24, 2018
Led the #10 Buckeyes over their rival #4 Michigan Wolverines 62-39, passing for 396 yards, 6 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 34 yards.
Saquon BarkleyRunning Back, New York Giants November 18, 2018
Led his team over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-35, rushing for 142 yards, 2 TD's, and catching 2 passes for 10 yards and another TD.
Ezekiel ElliottRunning Back, Dallas Cowboys November 11, 2018
Rushed for 151 yards, 1 TD, and caught 6 passes for 36 yards and another TD against division rival Philadelphia Eagles. The Cowboys won 27-20.
Ben RoethlisbergerQuarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers November 8, 2018
Led the Steelers over the Carolina Panthers 52-21, throwing for 328 yards, 5 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 27 yards. The Steelers extended their winning streak to 5 games.
Drew BreesQuarterback, New Orleans Saints November 4, 2018
Led the Saints over the undefeated Los Angeles Rams 45-35, throwing for 346 yards, 4 TD's, and 0 INT's. Brees currently leads the NFL in Passer Rating with 120.6.
Deshaun WatsonQuarterback, Houston Texans October 25, 2018
Led the Texans over the Miami Dolphins 42-23, throwing for 239 yards, completing 16 of 20 passes, 5 TD's, and 0 INT's. He passed Dan Marino for second most touchdown passes through a player's first 15 career games.
SportStar Gear: Victory Extra Deep Evolution Gel (L/XL Extra Deep)
Tyler HuntleyQuarterback, University of Utah October 20, 2018
Led the Utes over the USC Trojans 41-28, throwing for 341 yards, 4 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 33 yards and 1 TD. Utah moved into the AP Top 25 for the first time this season.
Brock PurdyQuarterback, Iowa State University October 13, 2018
Led the Cyclones over AP #6 West Virginia Mountaineers 30-14, throwing for 254 yards, 3 TD's, and rushing for 39 yards.
Sam EhlingerQuarterback, University of Texas October 6, 2018
Led the Longhorns over the Oklahoma Sooners in the Red River Showdown, throwing for 314 yards, 2 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 72 yards and 3 TD's.
Ian BookQuarterback, University of Notre Dame September 29, 2018
Led the #8 ranked Fighting Irish over #7 Stanford Cardinal 38-17, throwing for 278 yards, 4 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for 47 yards.
Drew BreesQuarterback, New Orleans Saints September 23, 2018
Led the Saints over division rival Atlanta Falcons in overtime 43-37, throwing for 396 yards, 3 TD's, 0 INT's, and rushing for another 2 TD's.
Baker MayfieldQuarterback, Cleveland Browns September 20, 2018
Led the Browns to their first win in 635 days over the NY Jets 21-17, replacing injured QB Tyrod Taylor late in the 2nd quarter while down 14-0. He completed 17 of 23 passes for 201 yards.
SportStar Gear: X-1 GX-4 Gel StrapStop (Large/X-Large | Small/Medium)
Patrick Mahomes IIQuarterback, Kansas City Chiefs September 15, 2018
Led the Chiefs over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a shootout 42-37, throwing for 326 yards, 6 TD's, 0 INT's. He has 10 TD's in the first 2 weeks of the season.
Ryan FitzpatrickQuarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers September 9, 2018
Led the Bucs over the New Orleans Saints 48-40, throwing for 417 yards, 4 TD's, 0 INT's and rushing for another touchdown.
Will GrierQuarterback, West Virginia Mountaineers September 1, 2018
Led the Mountaineers over the Tennessee Volunteers 40-14 with 429 passing yards and 5 touchdowns.
Cole McDonaldQuarterback, Hawaii Rainbow Warriors August 25, 2018
Led his team over the Colorado State Rams with over 500 total yards and 5 touchdowns.
Deshaun Watson#1 - 2018 Houston 10 July 14, 2018
See what the Houston Chronicle says about Deshaun Watson: "It's the position. It's the promise. It's the great unknown because of his knee injury. I've been writing about sports for Houston's daily newspapers for 46 years now and I'd argue that no Houston athlete at any position has created a louder buzz at this stage of his career."
SportStar Gear: Victory Extra Deep Evolution Gel (L/XL Extra Deep)
Baker Mayfield#1 Overall Pick, Cleveland Browns April 26, 2018
Finished his career at Oklahoma as one of the most decorated quarterbacks in college football history, topping it off by winning the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, Davey O'Brien Award, and the Big 12 Championship.
SportStar Gear: X-1 GX-4 Gel StrapStop (Large/X-Large | Small/Medium)
Justin GuterdingSenior Attackman, Duke Blue Devils March 1, 2018
Currently leads the NCAA in Goals and Assists, 2x All-ACC, 2nd Team All-American, Tewaaraton Nominee.
SportStar Gear: SFT Softcup (LAX SFT Softcup)
New England Patriots2017 AFC Champions January 21, 2018
Congratulations to the Patriots for advancing to its 10th Super Bowl in franchise history, most in the NFL.
SportStar Gear: Victory ChinStraps
Leonard FournetteRunning Back, Jacksonville Jaguars January 13, 2018
Only rookie in NFL history to rush for 100 yards and 3 touchdowns in a playoff game.
SportStar Gear: Victory Regular T-Rex Hurricane (L/XL Extra Deep | L/XL Regular Fit | Small/Medium)