If Browns coach Mike Pettine hadn’t already revised his quarterback rankings, it would be a good idea to do it today.
According to the NFL, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson made league history on Sunday, by throwing three touchdown passes and no interceptions for the fifth straight game. Wilson is the first player in league history to do that.
In all, he has 19 touchdown passes in the last five games for the 9-5 Seahawks, who clinched a playoff berth on Sunday after the team’s fifth win in a row.
Wilson’s performance has made him a late-season MVP candidate, a mountain that will be hard to climb given the performance of the Panthers and quarterback Cam Newton. Wilson undoubtedly would prefer another MVP award, anyway — the one they give out at the end of the Super Bowl.