Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
2 days ago

Wilson completed 26 of 42 passes for 258 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Monday night's 34-31 loss to the Falcons. He also rushed seven times for 86 yards and another score, but had a fumble returned for a touchdown.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson's two turnovers shouldn't take away from an otherwise excellent performance, as he accounted for over 85 percent of Seattle's yards on offense while nearly leading another dramatic comeback victory. The quarterback has now thrown at least two touchdowns in five straight games, and along with adding his second rushing score of the campaign Monday, his 86 yards on the ground marked a season high. Consistently carrying the Seahawks offense, Wilson has a superb matchup against the 49ers in Week 12.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
6 days ago

Wilson (jaw) said he couldn't eat solid foods for a few days after last Thursday's 22-16 win over the Cardinals, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson also had to wear a special mouthguard and couldn't really talk, having narrowly avoided an injury that might've required doctors to wire his jaw shut. Of course, the bigger story here is the NFL's investigation of the Seahawks for violating the concussion protocol in the aftermath of the hit that caused the jaw injury. There still hasn't been any report of concussion symptoms, which ultimately could work in the team's favor. In any case, Wilson surely appreciates the long layoff between games as he prepares for Monday Night Football matchup with the Falcons. He was a full participant at Thursday's practice and should be fine Monday.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
2 weeks ago

The Seahawks violated the NFL's concussion protocol in the third quarter Thursday's win over the Cardinals after allowing Wilson to reenter the game without first going to the locker room and receiving clearance from a team doctor and independent physician, a source informed Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

After Wilson took a hard hit to the chin from the Cardinals' Karlos Dansby midway through the third quarter, referee Walt Anderson removed the quarterback from the contest in order for him to undergo concussion testing. Backup Austin Davis briefly entered the contest in Wilson's stead, but Wilson ended up checking back into the contest before medical officials could evaluate him. He then remained in the game the rest of the way, relaying afterward that he did in fact pass a concussion test. It appears the NFL is disputing Wilson's claim, but even if it is formally ruled within the next couple weeks that the concussion protocol was violated, the Seahawks would likely face some sort of fine, while Wilson himself probably wouldn't be subject to any discipline from the league.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
2 weeks ago

Wilson said he passed a concussion test during Sunday's 22-16 win over the Cardinals, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "I got smacked in the jaw pretty good there,'' Wilson said. "I wasn't concussed or anything like that. I felt completely clear. I was just trying to move my jaw."

EDGE Analysis

Wilson was ordered off the field by referee Walt Anderson after taking a bit hit from Cardinals linebacker Karlos Dansby in the third quarter. The Seahawks' signal caller passed a concussion test and only missed one snap, seemingly escaping the incident with nothing more than some discomfort in his jaw. He finished the game 22-of-32 passing for 238 yards and two touchdowns, adding five carries for 19 yards. With the Seahawks still unable to muster a consistent running game, Wilson likely will need to put the offense on his back once again in a Week 11 home matchup with the Falcons on Monday Night Football.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
2 weeks ago

Wilson completed 22 of 32 passes for 212 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in Thursday's 22-16 win over the Cardinals. He also rushed five times for 19 yards and fumbled once.

EDGE Analysis

With the Seahawks' running game typically ineffective and also losing C.J. Prosise to an in-game ankle injury, the 28-year-old signal caller once again took charge of the offense. He found tight end Jimmy Graham for both of his scores, the second which was set up by a quintessential Wilson play. Facing a 2nd-and-21 play from his own 44, Wilson eluded several defenders before uncorking an off-balance heave that somehow ended in the hands of a leaping Doug Baldwin downfield and set Seattle up just two yards away from pay dirt. It was the sixth-year pro's fourth straight multi-touchdown effort, giving him a 19:6 TD:INT on the season. With the almost complete lack of production in the ground game, Wilson appears likely to continue bearing the brunt of the offensive responsibility, which should keep his fantasy owners happy. He'll look to continue racking up the numbers in a Week 11 Monday Night Football showdown with the Falcons.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
2 weeks ago

Wilson completed 24 of 45 passes for 297 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Redskins. He also added 77 yards on ten rushing attempts.

EDGE Analysis

Seattle struggled on offense for the first three quarters, managing just three missed field-goal tries. Suddenly, things clicked to begin the fourth, as Wilson led a 66-yard drive in under three minutes that ended with Luke Wilson's touchdown catch. The 28-year-old later engineered a go-ahead drive culminating in a 30-yard strike to Doug Baldwin, but it didn't turn out to be enough. The Seahawks will travel to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in Week 10.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
4 weeks ago

Wilson completed 26 of 41 passes for 452 yards, with four touchdowns and an interception in Sunday's 41-38 win over the Texans.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson added 30 yards on four carries, scrambling for chunks of 22 and 12 yards on a drive late in the fourth quarter. The series ended with an ugly interception, but he bounced back shortly thereafter to lead a game-winning drive that covered 80 yards on only three snaps. Wilson had completions of 48, 53, 54 and 66 yards, though each of his four touchdowns came in the red zone. Given that Seattle has yet to establish any kind of running game, Wilson figures to stay busy in a Week 9 home game against the Redskins. He's now on pace for 4,590 passing yards and 34 touchdowns, after establishing a new career-high mark for yardage in Sunday's dramatic win.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
1 month ago

Wilson completed 27 of 39 passes for 334 and three touchdowns in Sunday's 24-7 victory over the Giants. He also rushed twice for ten yards.

EDGE Analysis

The Seahawks struggled to score early in this one, failing to muster even a field goal until the last minute of the first half. However, the last thirty minutes were a different story, as Wilson connected with three different receivers for touchdowns. Seattle's issues with its offensive line have made it difficult for the 28-year-old quarterback to produce consistently high numbers so far this season, but hopefully this strong game out of the bye will be the beginning of a trend. The Seahawks will host Houston in Week 8.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
1 month ago

Wilson completed 24 of 37 passes for 198 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's game against the Rams. He also gained 16 yards on five carries in the 16-10 win.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson averaged a paltry 5.4 yards per attempt and didn't have a single target with more than 37 receiving yards on the day. He finished third on the team in carries, but a long gain of just nine yards saw him finish with his lowest rushing total of the season. Wilson entered this one on the heels of back-to-back strong efforts, so it was a bit disappointing to see him held in check in what was considered a favorable matchup. He will enjoy a bye in Week 6 before taking on the Giants the following Sunday.

Russell Wilson
QB SEA (6)
2 months ago

Wilson completed 21 of 26 passes for 295 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions during Sunday's 46-18 win over the Colts. He added 38 yards and a rushing touchdown on four carries.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson entered Sunday's game having not thrown a single interception on 130 dropbacks but tossed two of them before day's end. Those miscues were hardly a concern in the grand scheme of things, though, as the Seahawks ultimately buried the Colts behind a stout defense, Wilson's legs and a running game that finally has a pulse. The Wisconsin product has now put together two decent performances in back-to-back weeks after stumbling out of the gates and will look to keep it going against a surging Rams squad on the road in Week 5.