Russell Wilson makes history again, becomes Seahawks all-time leader in completions


Russell Wilson has etched his name in the Seattle Seahawks record books once again.

After Wilson and the Seahawks edged the Minnesota Vikings 27-26 in Week 5, Wilson tied Seahawks legend Matt Hasselbeck for the most completions as a Seattle quarterback with 2,559 total completions.

Take a look at Wilson’s record-tying pass to DK Metcalf here, which occurred on fourth-and-goal with just 15 seconds remaining in the Week 5 thriller:

During “Sunday Night Football” vs. the Arizona Cardinals, it didn’t take Wilson long to grab sole possession of the record for most completions in Seahawks history.

The 31-year-old QB passed the 2,660-completion benchmark in the first quarter when he completed a 34-yard pass to Tyler Lockett with the one-handed grab.

My goodness. 

Wilson also holds the franchise-career record for passing touchdowns with 246, passing yards with 31,236, QB wins with 91, completion percentage with 64.9 percent, passer rating with 102.4, fourth-quarter comebacks with 23, and last but not least, winning drives with 30.

Is there anything DangerRuss can’t do? The nine-year pro can now officially say he owns every major quarterback record outright, and he is cookin'.