Russell Wilson’s comeback victory was the ninth when tied or trailing in the fourth quarter or overtime, including playoffs. This is a huge stat, especially when you take into account that Wilson is 3-0 in overtime games.
He has 19 victories in his first 25 starts, which puts Wilson fifth on the all-time list through the first two seasons behind the Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger (22), Dolphins’ Dan Marino (21) and Ravens’ Joe Flacco and Falcons’ Matt Ryan (20 each).
He also is 12-0 at CenturyLink Field and 22-0 at home since October 2, 2010 if you go back to his college days at Wisconsin and NC State.
Russell Wilson has become an icon in Seattle, and is turning into one of the best draft picks ever in the NFL. When you are drafted in the 3rd round, it means that teams constantly avoided you and talents. Well the Seattle Seahawks have to be enjoying this phenom of a quarterback. Just imagine if they didn’t draft Russell Wilson, would Matt Flynn still be the star in Seattle?