Like father, like SONS (plural) ... at least for former Super Bowl champ Michael Pittman -- whose two kids are DOMINATING the high school football landscape.
Of course, Pittman played 11 seasons in the NFL for the Cardinals, Bucs and Broncos -- and clearly, he passed on the athletic gene to his 2 sons Michael Jr. and Mycah.
Both kids attend Oaks Christian high school in So. Cal -- where Michael Jr. (6'4, 205) has become one of the top WRs in the country. In fact, he's already committed to USC and has been nominated for the prestigious U.S. Army Player of the Year award.
His little brother Mycah is only a freshman -- and he's crushing it, too -- as a wide receiver on the varsity team.
Both kids showed off their talents last week during a playoff victory against Jordan High School -- each catching touchdowns (video above).
Michael Sr. tells TMZ Sports he couldn't be more proud -- "I love them to death. To see them doing something they love ... it's amazing."
Michael says both kids have NFL dreams and they know their dad is a great source of advice when it comes to reaching their goals.
"They ask me so many questions... 'Dad, what does it take to be successful? How'd you do this?' They're hungry. As a father, I don't push anything besides getting good grades. This is something they love doing themselves."
Michael's gonna join us on the "TMZ Sports" TV show on FS1 tonight (Friday 9 PM PT) -- don't miss it!