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Russell Wilson: Record against winning teams

Russell Wilson has been one of the best quarterbacks since entering the NFL in 2012. He started in two back-to-back Super Bowls winning Super Bowl XLVIII. He has been to the Pro Bowl 7 times during his 9 year NFL career. He is the staple of the Seahawks organization.

Let’s take a look at how many times the Seattle Seahawks won games against teams with a winning record with Russell Wilson as their starting quarterback.

I started to dive into this stat for every quarterback because the new hot argument is to say that a certain quarterback didn’t beat anyone good. I often see people use this argument to say players like Kirk Cousins and Matthew Stafford are not good and just put up empty stats.

First off and most importantly, quarterback wins are a team statistic. Secondly, very few quarterbacks in the NFL have a winning record against teams who finished the season above .500 in the league.

>>>Every NFL QB’s record against winning teams<<<

What is Russell Wilson’s record against winning teams?

Since entering the NFL in 2012, Russell Wilson is 32-27 (.542) against teams that finished the season with a winning record.

In 2020, Russell Wilson was 2-2 (.500) against winning teams as the starting quarterback.

  • Dolphins (win)
  • Bills (loss)
  • Rams (loss)
  • Rams (win)

In 2019, Russell Wilson was 4-4 (.500) against winning teams as the starting quarterback.

  • Saints (loss)
  • Rams (win)
  • Ravens (loss)
  • 49ers (win)
  • Eagles (win)
  • Vikings (win)
  • Rams (loss)
  • 49ers (loss)

In 2018, Russell Wilson was 3-4 (.428) against winning teams as the starting quarterback.

  • Bears (loss)
  • Cowboys (win)
  • Rams (loss)
  • Chargers (loss)
  • Rams (loss)
  • Vikings (win)
  • Chiefs (win)

What quarterbacks have a winning record against winning teams?

There are currently 6 active NFL quarterbacks with winning records against winning teams.

You can digest that information on your own. The only thing I want you to take away from this is that it is extremely rare to have a winning record against teams that finished the season with a winning record.

Dominique Clarehttps://www.dominiqueclare.com/
Dominique Clare is the founder and editor of Sports and Fitness Digest. In addition, he writes NFL, NBA, & Fitness content.

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