Russell Wilson sets NFL record with 14 touchdown passes through first three games


Russell Wilson has made NFL history again.

After the Seattle Seahawks quarterback connected with DK Metcalf for his fifth touchdown of the game vs. the Dallas Cowboys, he surpassed another career milestone.

Wilson became the first NFL quarterback in history to complete 14 career NFL touchdown passes in his first three games. He surpassed Patrick Mahomes, who previously held the record of 13 in 2018.

He also became the first quarterback in the NFL’s 101-year history to have four touchdown passes in each of his team’s first three games

Here’s a look at all of the touchdown passes Wilson cooked up so far in Week 3. We won’t speak about the other one he nearly had with DK Metcalf in the first quarter, but you can read about it here.

The Seahawks currently have a 38-31 edge over the Cowboys with 1:47 left in the fourth quarter.

Hold on tight... 

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