Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had himself a day Week 3 against the Cowboys, setting an NFL record while ensuring his team advanced to 3-0 on the year with the 38-31 win over Dallas.
Wilson threw for 315 yards completing 27 of 40 passes attempted and five touchdowns. He now holds the all-time record for the most touchdown passes (14) thrown through the first three games of a player’s season, passing Chief’s signal-caller Patrick Mahomes who previously held the honor with 13 TDs in 2018.
Here’s a look at the play that sealed the deal.
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Wilson is also the first Seahawks player in franchise history to have back to back five-touchdown games.