-In 8 playoff games, Russell Wilson has accounted for more than 300 yards (including rushing) one time. He's 0-1 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, Russell Wilson has accounted for more than 3 touchdowns (including rushing) twice. He's 1-1 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, Russell Wilson has thrown the ball 30+ times once. He's 0-1 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, Russell Wilson has passed for less than 215 yards four times. He's 4-0 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, Russell Wilson has accounted for 1 touchdown or less three times. He's 3-0 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, Russell Wilson has rushed for less than 40 yards six times. He's 5-1 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, the Seattle Seahawks have given up 24 or fewer points six times. He's 6-0 in those games.
-In 8 playoff games, the Seattle Seahawks have given up more than 24 points twice. He's 0-2 in those games.
That is the end of fun facts with Russell Wilson. Thank you for reading.
Why Dak Prescott's QBR is so much better than Carson Wentz's
Russell Wilson is good. That's it. Great news is that he's 26 and he can get better. He's a QB who's completion percentage lacks at times, numbers fail to jump off the page a lot of times, but somebody who has terrific pocket awareness and knows how/when to extend plays that others simply don't.
Every QB on the last page that's been thrown out wouldn't have brought that to the table if they were on Seahawks, but they would bring something else that Russell Wilson can't do. And guess what: every single one of them might be just as successful (two SB appearances, one SB win - reminder, they weren't propelled into this last Super Bowl because of anything Russell Wilson did, who played his worst game of the 2014 season in the NFC Championship), because that's a great, great ******* football team.
He lost his starting center by the way everybody, and just gained a TE who might curve their offense in a way that makes most of our opinions at this point our final conclusions on 'this' version of Russell Wilson, without that element of the Seahawks offense in play. Because of his ability to get out of the pocket and threaten the run from the QB position more than Brees, opposing secondary/LBs trying to keep up with Graham at times will have to decide if they need to abandon their assignment to go after Wilson or stay true if Wilson is clearly trying to bait them.
Things will change, for Russell especially, when you implement a piece in your offense that has 26 TD in the last 25 games he's started