Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson is a man who has been breaking records for most of his nine years in the NFL.
And on Sunday’s 23-20 win against the San Francisco 49ers, Wilson passed another milestone in his already remarkable career.
Wilson threw for 181 passing yards and two passing touchdowns against the 49ers, recording his 40th touchdown of the season.
With those two touchdowns, Wilson was able to surpass Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino for the second-most touchdown passes in NFL history by a player in his first nine seasons.
Wilson’s career total touchdown mark is at 266.
After the game on Sunday, Wilson took the time to take notice of his accomplishment that he achieved.
As the regular season concluded, the Seahawks' (12-4) next focus is on next Saturday’s NFC Wild-Card game against the Los Angeles Rams (10-6).
Look for Wilson to lead the Seahawks into victory like he has done all season long.
Kickoff between the Seahawks and Rams is set for 1:40 p.m. PT on Saturday, January 9 at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington.