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Russell Wilson finished the night with five touchdown passes, wait, two were called back, because of penalties. Wilson did finish with two touchdown passes and completed 18 of 24 passes for 201 yards. He also ran for 122 yards and one touchdown. This helped roll the Seahawks past the Redskins 27-17, and extend their Monday Night record to 21-8, with nine wins in a row.

The penalties hurt Seattle, just not enough to not beat the Redskins. Seattle finished with 13 penalties for 90 yards. It would have been 21-0 if Harvin would have been able to score on either of his would-be touchdowns. First, his 16-yard run to the end zone was wiped out by holding on left guard James Carpenter, then his 26-yard catch-and-run was negated by a flag for a false start on Harvin himself. Then in the fourth quarter a 41-yard touchdown was negated by Carpenter as he was cited for holding.

Pyro's take: Russell Wilson is in a wonderful spot in Seattle. His skill-set truly fits well with this team, and Marshawn Lynch is highly respected, and skilled enough to keep a continuous pressure on Wilson.

Wilson does all things equally well. Throwing, and running, but also good enough to keep each and every play alive. He is turning himself into an every game starter, as his numbers keep climbing. Seattle faces the Cowboys next.

10/07/14, 01:19 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.washingtonpost.com

Wilson speak about Harvin and the offense

Here’s what Seattle QB Russell Wilson had to say after the win over the Bears Friday night:

(On whether he has a better idea of what Harvin brings to the offense… ) “What Percy brings to the offense is grit, and a desire to get into the end zone, a desire to get the ball in his hands and make something happen. Every time he touches the football, he’s either going to run over you or run by you, one of the two. That’s what he brings to the table, his explosive mentality, but at the same time we had a lot of receivers that are like that already. Doug Baldwin is very much like that, very similar. Jermaine Kearse is a down the field guy who is a great possession receiver, and has great speed to, as well. He’s always right on time, too, when you need him. Jermaine Kearse is always in the right spot at the right time. You think about all of the other guys too. To add Percy to the mix, it makes our personnel so much tougher to defend. For me, the process of elimination to read coverages. I’m learning a lot more and understanding a lot more and just trying to get the ball out as quick as I possibly can. But also still look downfield. Then, our scramble game, too, helps, to have that many guys, too, that can really run that fast.”

(On whether he sees defenses adjust to Harvin’s pre-snap movements…) “It’s kind of hard to tell right now, it’s pre-season. I think that when they go man, it’s tough to defend all 3 or 4 receivers that we have in the game. When they play zone, the ball is to get the ball out, and get the ball to the right guy at the right time. They’re trying to adjust, but there’s only so much you can do when you have guys like Doug Baldwin on the other side and Jermaine Kearse on the other side, or all 3 of them on the same side. It’s hard to stop us defensively with the personnel.”

Pyro's take: Wilson has looked fantastic so far this preseason. Russell just looks more confident in the pocket, and you can see the level of trust he has in his offensive line and receivers. He has shown amazing ability to run for scores, and has looked crisp in his passing. The addition of Harvin does add another dimension to this offense, and to Wilson's game. He is now moving up my tiers again.

08/24/14, 04:47 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: blogs.seattletimes.com

Wilson looks sharp in second preseason game

Russell Wilson's first appearance at home since hoisting the Lombardi Trophy looked very similar to Seattle's Super Bowl domination even in a limited performance.

Wilson threw for 121 yards and ran for two touchdowns, leading Seattle to scores on all four of his possessions and the Seahawks beat the San Diego Chargers 41-14 on Friday night.

Wilson did a little of everything. He was pressured on the first snap of the game and avoided it to complete a pass. He scrambled when the pressure created clear running lanes. He threw sharp passes to open receivers and he operated Seattle's offense with an efficiency missing in its preseason opener at Denver.

Pyro's take: Wilson is going as the 13th quarterback by his ADP this year, and that holds a lot of value. The addition of Percy Harvin is big on multiple levels. Harvin had four catches for 31 yards, but he draws the attention of the defense, which allows for Wilson to be even more effective. In his limited action Wilson ran four times for 31 yards, with the two touchdowns. Wilson is entering his third season and is still developing as a quarterback. The fact that he has a Super Bowl victory under his belt will only add to his confidence. This year should be his coming out party.

08/17/14, 08:22 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.king5.com

Wilson happy Super Bowl not in a dome for third straight year

Russell Wilson's career regular season W-L record is super-impressive at 24-8, while his playoff record is of equal notability at 3-1.

However, though the sample-size may be small, Wilson's record in a dome during his first two years in the league has been rather unremarkable at 2-4 (2-3 reg. season, 0-1 playoffs).

Pyro's take: The reason I mention Wilson's dome record is because there are a lot of people out there - fans, media and the players themselves - who believe that the Super Bowl should always be played in either warm weather or in a domed stadium. Each of the last two Super Bowls were played in a dome (2012 at Lucus Oil Stadium in Indianapolis and 2013 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans) and if the general consensus were running the ship, this year would have marked three in a row.

That being said, with all the recent talk about the looming weather and it's expected effect on Super Bowl XLVIII, I'm betting Russell Wilson and the rest of the Seattle Seahawks players are among the minority keeping their lips sealed.

01/26/14, 11:11 PM CST by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.pyromaniac.com

Wilson is a winner, just not in fantasy

The Seahawks have adhered steadfastly to what Pete Carroll on Monday called “The Formula,’’ and it has served them well.

You know the drill: Tenacious, ballhawking defense. The punishing running of Marshawn Lynch. Opportunistic special teams. A decided advantage in the giveaway-takeaway ratio.

And quarterback Russell Wilson making it all purr, not necessarily with swashbuckling bravado, but rather prudent decision-making and, above all else, an overriding focus on keeping the ball out of the other team’s hands.

Do all that, Carroll said, “and we’re going to have a really good chance to win.”

Pyro's take: Wilson has a chance to continue to do all the right things and lead his team to the Super Bowl. Although, he will most likely be the worst performing fantasy quarterback this weekend.

During the regular season Russell threw for less than 200 yards six times. Three of those came in his last four games, followed by a 103 yard performance last week. That makes four out of five weeks throwing less than 200 yards, and the one where he threw more went for a mere 206 yards. This week should make five of his last six. He also has four touchdown passes with three interceptions total over his last five games.

01/15/14, 07:25 PM CST by Houdini
Source: seattletimes.com

Russell Wilson looking good

Wilson finished with 8-of-12 from 127 yards and two touchdown passes, as the Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos 40-10. Wilson found Sean McGrath and Kearse for his passing touchdowns, and the Seahawks didn’t seem too phased by not having Percy Harvin available.

Pyro's take: Wilson is looking to pick up where he left off last season, and is off to a good start. Wilson just looks so confident, and there are sure to be a few more wrinkles in the offense we have not seen yet.

Wilson has seen has draft stock fall, since the injury to Percy Harvin, but he is showing that he will be fine. Wilson is not going to be a top quarterback in passing yards, but his ability to run, along with his accuracy and touchdown potential Wilson is a quarterback to grab if you wait for one in your draft.

08/19/13, 08:51 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: sportige.com

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