Found December 06, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
That’s the best way to summarize the way Russell Wilson has played these past five games for the Seahawks. Seattle’s rookie quarterback is playing the same way he did back when he arrived in training camp and hit the ground running. And throwing. And doing just about anything else he wanted in his first chance at facing NFL competition. The difference is that it’s the regular season, and there’s no doubt how hard the opponent is trying or whether the starters are in the game. Defensive coordinators are working late into the night, trying to cook up something that Seattle’s rookie can’t digest. Yet Wilson is getting better as this season progresses. It has been more than a month since he was last intercepted, and he is seven touchdown passes away from matching Peyton Manning’s NFL rookie record of 26. Wilson is making the kinds of plays that won him the starting job in August. Now those plays are winning games in December. Wilson has caught up to the speed of a regular-season NFL gam...
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