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Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson Voted Air Player of the Week at

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been voted Air Player of the Week at for his performance against the Baltimore Ravens.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been voted Air Player of Week 14 at for his performance in this past Sunday's 35-6 road win over the Baltimore Ravens, marking the second time Wilson has won the award this season, each of which has come in the past three weeks.

Wilson, who beat out New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning for the honor, completed 23 of his 32 throws (71.9 percent) for 292 yards and five touchdowns against the Ravens, good for a 139.6 quarterback rating. With his Week 14 outing, Wilson became the first player in NFL history to record a passer rating of 138 or more in four straight games and the first player in NFL history to have at least three passing touchdowns, a 70-percent completion rate, and zero interceptions in four straight games.

On top of the player award, a $2,000 donation will be made in Wilson's name to the American Red Cross chapter in Seattle. According to the NFL, the funding is used "to help assist the American Red Cross in its efforts to provide relief and health services to Americans nationwide."

Week 14 proved to be another successful business trip for the Seahawks and team photographer Rod Mar shares some of his favorite moments from the weekend, including Coach Carroll's viral photo atop of the team lockers postgame. 

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