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Russell Wilson (QB)

 No. 3 Seattle Seahawks
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Birth name: Russell Carrington Wilson
Date of birth: (1988-11-29) November 29, 1988 (age 28)
Place of birth: Cincinnati, Ohio
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight: 215 lb (98 kg)
Career information
High school: Richmond (VA) Collegiate
College: NC State
Wisconsin
NFL Draft: 2012 / Round: 3 / Pick: 75
Career history
  • Seattle Seahawks (2012–present)
Roster status: Active
Career highlights and awards
  • Super Bowl champion (XLVIII)
  • 2× NFC champion (2013, 2014)
  • 3× Pro Bowl (2012, 2013, 2015)
  • Pro Bowl Offensive MVP (2015)
  • NFL passer rating leader (2015)
  • NFL Rookie of the Year (2012; Pepsi,[1] PFF[2])
  • Other awards and honors
Career NFL statistics as of Week 11, 2016
Passer rating: 101.4
TD–Int: 117–36
Completion %: 64.9
Passing yards: 16,688
Rushing yards: 2,509
Rushing touchdowns: 13
Player stats at NFL.com

Estadísticas NCAAF

Year School Passing Rushing
Comp Att Yds TD Int Pct Eff Att Yds Avg TD
2008 NC State 150 275 1,955 17 1 54.5 133.9 116 394 3.4 4
2009 NC State 224 378 3,027 31 11 59.3 147.8 103 260 2.5 4
2010 NC State 308 527 3,563 28 14 58.4 127.5 143 435 3.0 9
2011 Wisconsin 225 309 3,175 33 4 72.8 191.8 79 338 4.3 6
College totals 907 1,489 11,720 109 30 60.9 147.2 441 1,427 3.2 23

Estadísticas NFL

Regular season

Season Team Games Passing Rushing Fumbles
GP GS Comp Att Pct Yds Avg TD Int Sck SckY Rate Att Yds Avg TD FUM Lost
2012 Seattle Seahawks 16 16 252 393 64.1 3,118 7.9 26 10 33 203 100.0 94 489 5.2 4 6 3
2013 Seattle Seahawks 16 16 257 407 63.1 3,357 8.2 26 9 44 272 101.2 96 539 5.6 1 10 5
2014 Seattle Seahawks 16 16 285 452 63.1 3,475 7.7 20 7 42 242 95.0 118 849 7.2 6 11 0
2015 Seattle Seahawks 16 16 329 483 68.1 4,024 8.3 34 8 45 265 110.1 103 553 5.4 1 7 3
2016 Seattle Seahawks 9 9 203 304 66.8 2,442 8.0 10 2 16 148 99.4 31 60 1.9 1 5 1
Total 73 73 1,326 2,039 65.0 16,416 8.05 116 36 180 1,130 101.4 442 2,490 5.6 13 39 12

Playoffs

Season Team Games Passing Rushing Fumbles
GP GS Comp Att Pct Yds Avg TD Int Sck SckY Rate Att Yds Avg TD FUM Lost
2012 Seattle Seahawks 2 2 39 62 62.9 572 9.2 3 1 7 48 102.4 15 127 8.5 1 1 1
2013 Seattle Seahawks 3 3 43 68 63.2 524 7.7 3 0 7 22 101.6 11 42 3.8 0 2 1
2014 Seattle Seahawks 3 3 41 72 56.9 724 10.1 6 5 10 58 90.3 17 86 5.1 1 2 0
2015 Seattle Seahawks 2 2 44 74 59.5 506 6.8 4 3 7 41 72.2 8 53 6.6 0 1 0
Total 10 10 167 276 60.5 2,326 8.4 16 9 31 169 93.3 51 308 6.0 2 6 2

Records and achievements

Awards

NFL

  • Most passing touchdowns in a season by a rookie: 26 (tied with Peyton Manning)[108]
  • Best touchdown pass–interception differential, rookie season: +16 (26 TDs, 10 INTs)[109]
  • Most passing yards in a playoff game by a rookie: 385[110]
  • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first two seasons (24); most total wins in first two seasons (28, including playoffs)[111][112]
  • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first three seasons (36)[108][113]
  • Most regular season wins by a quarterback in his first four seasons (46)[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+ passing touchdowns, season (tied with others twelve players): 16, 2015[116]
  • Most consecutive games with 3+ touchdown passes and no interceptions: 5, 2015[117]
  • 2nd highest passer rating, career (minimum 1,500 attempts): 101.8[118]
  • First and the only quarterback in NFL history to throw 3+ passing touchdowns and no interceptions in five consecutive games[119]
  • First and the only quarterback that had a passer rating of 128.3 or higher in five consecutive games[120]
  • First and the only quarterback in NFL history to have 4,000+ passing yards, 30+ passing touchdowns, and 500+ rushing yards in the same season (2015).[121][122]

Seattle Seahawks

  • Highest passer rating, career (minimum 500 attempts): 101.8[123]
  • Highest passer rating, season (minimum 200 attempts): 110.1, 2015[124]
  • Highest passer 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): 8.07[129]
  • Highest yards per attempt, rookie season (minimum 200 attempts): 7.93[130]
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted, career (minimum 500 attempts): 1.99[131]
  • Lowest percentage passes had intercepted, rookie season (minimum 200 attempts): 2.54[132]
  • Most rushing yards by a quarterback, career: 2,430[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): 5.9[136]
  • Highest yard rushing average, season (minimum 100 attempts): 7.2[137]
  • Most wins by a starting quarterback, season (tied with Matt Hasselbeck): 13, 2013[138]
  • Most passing yards, season: 4,024, 2015[139]
  • Most passing yards, rookie season: 3,118[140]
  • Most passing touchdowns, season: 34, 2015[141]
  • Most passing touchdowns, rookie season: 26[142]
  • Most passing touchdowns, game (tied with three players): 5 on November 29, 2015 and December 13, 2015[143]
  • Most games, 1+ passing TD’s, season (tied with Dave Krieg): 16, 2015[144]
  • Most games, 3+ passing TD’s, season: 6, 2015[145]
  • Most games, 5+ passing TD’s, season: 2, 2015[146]
  • First and the only quarterback to throw 4,000+ passing yards and run 500+ yards in a season (2015)[139]

Curiosidades (Carrera como beisbolista professional)

After graduating from high school, Wilson was selected by the Baltimore Orioles with the fifth pick in the 41st round (1,222nd overall) of the 2007 MLB Draft.[147] The Orioles considered Wilson a talent worthy of the first ten rounds, offered Wilson a $350,000 signing bonus, the third-largest they offered a draftee that year after Matt Wieters ($6 million) and Jake Arrieta ($1.1 million).[148] Wilson instead elected to attend NC State that fall. In a 2008 interview Wilson said, “I was leaning towards [entering the draft], but a college education is something you’ll always have.”[26]

College baseball

Wilson was a member of the NC State Wolfpack baseball team from 2008–2010, and in the summer of 2009 played for the Gastonia Grizzlies, a collegiate summer baseball team in the Coastal Plain League.[149][150] He hit .282/.384/.415 with five home runs and 30 runs batted in (RBIs) during his career.

Professional baseball

On June 8, 2010, Wilson was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the fourth round (140th pick overall) of the 2010 MLB Draft.[151] That summer he played 32 games as a second baseman for the Tri-City Dust Devils, the Class A Short Season affiliate of the Rockies in the Northwest League. He finished the season with 2 home runs, 11 RBIs, and a .230 batting average.[7][152]

In the summer of 2011, Wilson played 61 games with the Asheville Tourists, the Class A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies in the South Atlantic League. He had 3 home runs, 15 RBIs, and a .228 batting average.[7] In January 2012, Wilson informed the Rockies that he would be pursuing a career in the NFL and would not report to spring training for the 2012 season.[153]

On December 12, 2013, Wilson was acquired from the Rockies by the Texas Rangers in the Triple-A phase of the Rule 5 draft.[154] Wilson attended Rangers spring training in Surprise, Arizona in 2014 and 2015

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