Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson Sets Franchise Record For Passing Touchdowns in a Single Season

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson set the franchise record for passing touchdowns (33) in a single season during Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Russell Wilson set the franchise record for passing touchdowns in a single season on Sunday, when he tossed an 8-yard scoring strike to tight end Chase Coffman. It was Wilson's 33rd touchdown throw of the season, as the fourth-year signal caller passed up Seahawks Ring of Honor member Dave Krieg on the club's all-time list. Krieg threw for 32 touchdowns back in 1984. 

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Wilson's second touchdown pass of the day was set up by a 66-yard punt return from rookie wideout Tyler Lockett and helped extend the Seahawks' lead to 24-6 in the game's second quarter.

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