Russell Wilson

#3 | Seattle Seahawks | QB

Player Profile

Russell Wilson
  • Projected Points15.51
  • Next GameWeek 4
  • OpponentIndianapolis Colts
  • StatusHealthy
  • Bio
  • Height5'11"
  • Weight206
  • Age28
  • Date of BirthNovember 29, 1988
  • CollegeWisconsin
  • Experience6th Season
  • Draft
  • Year2012
  • Round3
  • Pick75
  • TeamSEA

Latest News

  • Russell Wilson Must Depend On Magic

    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has a lot of weights around his ankles. In Week 1, it was his horrible offensive line and plodding Eddie Lacy. In Week 2, Lacy got entirely replaced by Chris Carson, but Wilson was instead saddled with a monsoon. In Week 3, there's no rain in the forecast, but his terrible offensive line is still going to be there and they'll be facing a better front seven than San Francisco's. Wilson is going to be forced to depend on his magical powers to escape the constant rush once again, and he'll remain a risky play for fantasy owners. However, with the way Seattle's offense has performed so far, the smart move would be to turn elsewhere if possible.

    yesterday | RotoBaller
  • Russell Wilson Survives Week 2

    Quarterback Russell Wilson continues to depend on his fancy footwork to make plays happen for the Seattle Seahawks. On Sunday, Wilson was under constant duress once again, and were it not for his magical abilities to throw accurately while off-balance, Seattle may have lost in a huge upset. Wilson eventually finished with 198 yards passing and one touchdown, but his offensive line is still obviously struggling to keep him upright on a regular basis. Wilson finished with 12 credited rushing attempts, the most he's had in a game since November of 2014, and unless the line can mesh quickly, Wilson will struggle to put up the big numbers he's shown he's capable of.

    6 days ago | RotoBaller
  • Russell Wilson Misses Some Key Throws

    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was, as always, under constant pressure against Green Bay in Week 1. His offensive line continues to be laughably bad, his running game was nearly nonexistent for most of the game, and were it not for his elusiveness, he would have been sacked 10+ times. However, he also missed a couple big throws that proved to be crucial for his team. Head coach Pete Carroll pointed out that Wilson missed tight end Tanner McEvoy for one touchdown, and a deep ball to a wide open Tyler Lockett would have likely been another TD. Wilson will certainly continue to be hampered by his offensive line, but expect weapons like Jimmy Graham and Paul Richardson to see more work in the future, and Wilson should still be considered a strong QB1 play this season.

    12 days ago | RotoBaller


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