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Instant Lookback: Russell Wilson Breaks Franchise Completion Record

In the Week 7 matchup in Arizona, Russell Wilson passed Matt Hasselbeck for most completions in Seahawks history.


Tyler Lockett's one-handed, 34-yard catch to open the game against the Arizona Cardinals was special for even more than the obvious reasons. With that improbable grab, Russell Wilson now holds the Seahawks franchise record for most completions all time. Heading into Week 7, Wilson was even with Matt Hasselbeck at 2,559 career completions each, but now he stands alone at the top.

Later that drive, Wilson again found Lockett on a 3-yard touchdown pass that marked even more milestones. He is now the 4th player in NFL history with 20 or more pass touchdowns in his team's first six games, joining Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Brett Favre. Furthermore, Wilson joins Dan Marino and Peyton Manning as the only three quarterbacks to throw 20 or more touchdowns in each of his first nine seasons.

Pregame photos of the Seahawks warming up to take on the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium.

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