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    What an amazing first two seasons.

    Now add this...(a little late)



    We previously detailed many of the records set during the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs this weekend.
    Another was set by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
    Wilson threw for 385 yards as the Seahawks nearly rallied from a 20-point fourth quarter deficit to shock the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. In doing so, Wilson broke a 75-year old record for p ing yards in a postseason game by a rookie. The record was previously held by Washington Redskins quarterback Sammy Baugh.
    Wilson completed 24 of 36 p es with two touchdowns and an interception (on a Hail Mary attempt on the last play of the game) to rally the Seahawks from a 27-7 deficit to take a 28-27 lead with 31 seconds to play.

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    There is little doubt whatever system/team he is in/on he's going to thrive.



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    Where is the love?

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    but but... marshawn did everything

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    but but... marshawn did everything
    RW owns the all time NCAA single season p ing efficency record with a 191 (Heisman winner Winston 184)
    He tied the rookie td record.
    He owns the record I mentioned above.
    He is the only QB ever to post two 100 QB ratings seasons his first two seasons.
    He has won 4 of 5 playoff games counting the SB
    How many rookies come in (not drafted to start) beat out the big $$$$ guy and then start all 32 games of his first two seasons?

    We can compare that against any two year QB in history.

    Yep, Marshawn Lynch!
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    Just come out of the closet already man!

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    After the Lions win he became the winningest regular season/playoffs combined QB.

    Five seasons and has never missed a game, never failed to win a playoff game.

    What an amazing QB this guy is.

    Then there's...

    SEATTLE — Russell Wilson made NFL history on Sunday.
    Wilson became the fastest quarterback to reach the 50-win mark in NFL history, with 50 wins in his first five seasons. He is now 50-19 in his career.
    With today's win, @DangeRussWilson made @NFL history. #GoHawks pic.twitter.com/cmyVTR5If6
    — Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) October 17, 2016


    Don't forget....


    Wilson broke numerous Seahawks single season p ing records in 2015, including most p ing yards (4,024), most p ing touchdowns (34) and highest p er rating (110.1). He became the first Seahawks quarterback to throw for over 4,000 yards in a season, and finished the year with the highest p er rating in the NFL.

    But,......one of his records was broken.

    P ing Efficency Record NCAA

    Minimum 700 p attempts.
    An asterisk (*) after a player's name indicates bowl stats are included.
    Read more about our data coverage.
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    • Since 1956
    • Minimum 14 p attempts per school game.






    So he leaves Wisconsin with the NCAA P ing Efficency record, then as an NFL QB ties the NFL rookie record for TD's at 26 (Peyton).

    In his second season he becomes the only QB in history to post back to back 100 p er rankings. And wins a SB.

    In his third season he is a yard away from winning another SB.

    In season four, an NFL record 4000/30/500 and leads the league with a 110.1 p er rating.

    In season five, wins his 8th playoff game. Has any QB won more playoff games in their first five seasons?

    Only QB to have the edge on Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers.


    All of that because he had a running back, hahahahahahaha~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Nobody ever says, if not for Emmitt and Irvin, Aikman isn't in the HOF or, if not for HOFers....

    Mike Webster
    Mel Blount
    Jack Ham
    Jack Lambert
    "Mean" Joe Greene
    Franco Harris
    Lynn Swann
    John Stallworth

    ...Terry Bradshaw doesn't make it.

    Ever hear if the following HOFers hadn't been there...

    Forrest Gregg
    Jim Ringo
    Willie Davis
    Ray Nitschke
    Willie Wood
    Herb Adderley
    Jim Taylor
    Paul Hornung

    ....Bart Starr doesn't make the HOF.


    How in the can Kurt Warner be up for the HOF? It was all about Marshall Faulk, Isacc Bruce and Torry Holt.

    If not for Joe Montana and Steve Young, Jerry Rice would have been trash. , he had the great Willie Totten at MVS or he wouldn't have even been drafted.



    Willie "Satellite" Totten (born July 4, 1962) is a former professional football player and current college football coach.Totten played his high school football at J.Z. George High School in North Carrollton, MS. Totten was a four-year starter quarterback at Mississippi Valley State University from 1981 to 1985, along with Jerry Rice as his target at wide receiver. Totten set more than 50 Division I-AA p ing records, and Rice setting many Division I-AA receiving records. The Delta Devils averaged 59 points a game during the 1984 season, with Totten throwing for a record 58 touchdowns and leading the Delta Devils to the Division I-AA playoffs in 1984. Archie Cooley, who was the head coach at MVSU from 1980 to 1986, was the architect of the p -oriented offense that utilized the skills of Totten.





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    What QB has won a playoff game in his first five seasons?

    Now add all of this below. How could anyone who knows the game not get this?

    Check out that video, he can play like that because of a RB and defense, hahahahaha~~~~~

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    • Most p ing touchdowns in a season by a rookie: 26 (tied with Peyton Manning)[108]
    • Most p ing yards in a playoff game by a rookie: 385[109]
    • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first two seasons (24); most total wins in first two seasons (28, including playoffs)[110][111]
    • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first three seasons: 36[108][112]
    • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first four seasons: 46[113]
    • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first five seasons: 56 (tied with Matt Ryan)[114]
    • First quarterback to throw for 300+ yards and rush for 100+ yards in a single game (vs St. Louis Rams) (10/19/14)[115]
    • Most games 1+ p ing touchdowns, season (tied with others twelve players): 16, 2015[116]
    • Most consecutive games with 3+ touchdown p es and no interceptions: 5, 2015[117]
    • 2nd highest p er rating, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 99.6[118]
    • First and the only quarterback in NFL history to throw 3+ p ing touchdowns and no interceptions in five consecutive games[119]
    • First and the only quarterback that had a p er rating of 128.3 or higher in five consecutive games[120]
    • First and the only quarterback in NFL history to have 4,000+ p ing yards, 30+ p ing touchdowns, and 500+ rushing yards in the same season (2015).[121][122]

    Seattle Seahawks


    • Highest p er rating, career (minimum 500 attempts): 99.6[123]
    • Highest p er rating, season (minimum 200 attempts): 110.1, 2015[124]
    • Highest p er rating, rookie season (minimum 200 attempts): 100.0[125]
    • Highest completion percentage, career (minimum 500 attempts): 64.7[126]
    • Highest completion percentage, season (minimum 200 attempts): 68.1, 2015[127]
    • Highest completion percentage, rookie season (minimum 200 attempts): 64.1[128]
    • Highest yards per attempt, career (minimum 500 attempts): 7.98[129]
    • Highest yards per attempt, rookie season (minimum 200 attempts): 7.93[130]
    • Lowest percentage p es had intercepted, career (minimum 500 attempts): 1.97[131]
    • Lowest percentage p es had intercepted, rookie season (minimum 200 attempts): 2.54[132]
    • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, career: 2,689[133]
    • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, season: 849, 2014[134]
    • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, rookie season: 489[135]
    • Highest yard rushing average, career (minimum 400 attempts): 5.6[136]
    • Highest yard rushing average, season (minimum 100 attempts): 7.2[137]
    • Most wins by a starting quarterback, season (tied with Matt H elbeck): 13, 2013[138]
    • Most p ing yards, season: 4,219, 2016[139]
    • Most p ing yards, rookie season: 3,118[140]
    • Most p ing touchdowns, season: 34, 2015[141]
    • Most p ing touchdowns, rookie season: 26[142]
    • Most p ing touchdowns, game (tied with three players): 5 on November 29, 2015 and December 13, 2015[143]
    • Most p completions, season: 353, 2016[144]
    • Most games, 1+ p ing TD's, season (tied with Dave Krieg): 16, 2015[145]
    • Most games, 3+ p ing TD's, season: 6, 2015[146]
    • Most games, 5+ p ing TD's, season: 2, 2015[147]
    • Best touchdown p –interception differential, rookie season: +16 (26 TDs, 10 INTs) (2nd NFL history)[148]
    • First and the only quarterback to throw 4,000+ p ing yards in a season (2015)[139]






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    Show me any QB who did all that after just five seasons of NFL experience. Who is that guy?

    Compare the first five seasons of....

    Tom Brady
    Peyton Manning
    Aaron Rodgers
    Brett Favre
    Drew Brees
    John Elway
    Troy Aikman
    Joe Montana

    ....vs Russell Wilson, what do we see? How weak is...but he had a RB and a defense, hahahaha~~~~

    You wouldn't believe RW's HS career, absolutely incredible. Compare his senior season at Wisconsin vs Andrew Lucks final season at Stanford.

    Then in the NFL...

    Rookie....ties NFL TD record/wins a playoff game.
    second season...wins the SB
    third season....a yard away from winning another SB
    fourth season...wins another playoff game, sets an NFL record 4000/30/500, leads the NFL at 110.1 p er rating
    fifth season....he now owns all the franchise records, wins another playoff game and has a number of NFL firsts/records.

    Three pro bowls, been ranked as high as 17 in that top 100 players.
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    Dude, I said I was sorry for nailing the fact your Saints stood no chance of making the playoffs, ok? Aren't you taking it kinda hard?

    Wanna compare Drew Brees first five seasons vs Russell Wilson, trust me, ya don't.

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    Show me any QB who did all that after just five seasons of NFL experience. Who is that guy?

    Compare the first five seasons of....

    Tom Brady
    Peyton Manning
    Aaron Rodgers
    Brett Favre
    Drew Brees
    John Elway
    Troy Aikman
    Joe Montana

    ....vs Russell Wilson,
    Which one of these QBs did not choke away a 99.99% chance of winning the SuperBowl with an idiotic p ?

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    Which one of these QBs did not choke away a 99.99% chance of winning the SuperBowl with an idiotic p ?
    Tom Brady has had a 5 INT game. Brett Favre a 7 INT game, need I go on?

    Do you understand......BODY OF WORK?

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    Always get a kick out of how some try all they can to belittle, down play the OBVIOUS greatness of Russell Wilson. When they see him play how can they not....wow!!!!!..? How is that done? Then they are listening to the tv guys..."he is a magician"...."he's amazing"..."that was incredible"...."only he can do that". What, they just ignore all that?

    The guy as been voted to pro bowls, his fellow players have ranked him as high as 17th best player in the NFL.

    I;ve seen far more football than anyone here, seen them all since Johnny U, how come I a Niner fan with the GREAT Joe Montana/Steve Young see it and some of you don't? What, you ignore what the fans think, other NFLers, the announcers and myself who has been into this stuff a long long time.

    WHY?

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    Tom Brady has had a 5 INT game. Brett Favre a 7 INT game, need I go on?

    Do you understand......BODY OF WORK?
    Wilsons body of work has been excellent.
    His chokage on that play knocks down what could have been back to back bowls.
    Then again, he didn't even deserve to be there for but Packer Moron who tried fielding the onside kick.
    Brady is vastly overated. Your boys idiotic p greatly contributes to the Brady hype. "Pattycake cheating" as a media subject was taking on huge momentum and would have exploded if your boy had simply sealed the deal.

    One of Favres best years was the Viking NFC le game. Another year tainted by cheating.
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    Wilsons body of work has been excellent.
    His chokage on that play knocks down what could have been back to back bowls.
    Then again, he didn't even deserve to be there for but Packer Moron who tried fielding the onside kick.
    Brady is vastly overated. Your boys idiotic p greatly contributes to the Brady hype. "Pattycake cheating" as a media subject was taking on huge momentum and would have exploded if your boy had simply sealed the deal.

    One of Favres best years was the Viking NFC le game. Another year tainted by cheating.
    You never put too much into any game. No Brad Johnson, Trent Dilfer, Jim McMahan are grest because they won a SB. And neither is Russell Wilson. It's the combination of being a consistant winner, and among the best at what you do. Wilson is one of the top 5-7 QB's in football and his first five seasons the best we have ever seen.

    We can play this....if this or if that...for everyone, it is what it.

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    Well hopefully now Avante takes Wilson's out of his mouth for the remainder of the postseason.

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    another record: 0-2 vs. Matt Ryan in the playoffs
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    Well hopefully now Avante takes Wilson's out of his mouth for the remainder of the postseason.
    Too late, too deep

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    another record: 0-2 vs. Matt Ryan in the playoffs
    Also 0-2 in playoff games that Future attends



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