Russell Wilson throws first TD pass as a Bronco, a 67-yarder to Jerry Jeudy

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Russell Wilson threw 292 touchdown passes in 10 seasons with the Seahawks. He has his first with the Broncos.

Wilson threw a 67-yard touchdown pass to Jerry Jeudy, who got a step on Coby Bryant and then avoided the tackle to get to the end zone. It was Jeudy’s first touchdown reception since Jan. 3, 2021.

Jeudy didn’t score in the 10 games he played last season.

Wilson’s touchdown pass was the first time he targeted a receiver tonight. He is 7-of-10 for 153 yards and a touchdown.

The game is tied 10-10 with 5:34 remaining in the first half.

4 responses to “Russell Wilson throws first TD pass as a Bronco, a 67-yarder to Jerry Jeudy

  1. Now will all the football gurus who have emphatically stated that Geno Smith can’t play please sit down and shut up? You know who you are. Both QBs are putting on a show tonight.

  2. What we know after a half of football? Russell Wilson isn’t gonna be Peyton Manning for this Broncos squad. Half the talent for twice the money.

  3. Ball was underthrown by a lot. That TD was all about Jeudy adjusting and making it happen and not Russ’s noodle armed throw.

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