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Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson, Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin & Running Back Thomas Rawls Up For Weekly Honors at

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, wide receiver Doug Baldwin, and running back Thomas Rawls are up for honors at after their performances in Sunday's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Just like last week, three Seahawks players are up for weekly honors at

Quarterback Russell Wilson is up for Air Player of the Week, wide receiver Doug Baldwin has been nominated for Clutch Performer of the Week, and running back Thomas Rawls is slated for Rookie of the Week after the trio's performance in this past Sunday's 39-30 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Seattle's CenturyLink Field.

Wilson, who played the game with an illness on his 27th birthday, completed 21-of-30 throws for a regular-season career high 345 yards, a career-high five touchdowns and no interceptions for a 147.9 passer rating, the second-highest passer rating of his four-year career. Baldwin found himself on the receiving end of three of Wilson's five touchdowns, something the wideout said he hasn't had happen since little league, and posted a career-high 145 yards. And Rawls, subbing for the injured Marshawn Lynch (abdomen), ran for 81 yards and a score.

Wilson's competition for Air Player of the Week includes Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and Steelers signal caller Ben Roethlisberger, while Baldwin is up against Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer, Baltimore Ravens safety Will Hill, and Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson for Clutch Performer of the Week. Rawls, meanwhile, finds himself battling the Raiders' Amari Cooper, Broncos' Max Garcia, Ravens' Javorius Allen, and Washington Redskins' Quinton Dunbar for Rookie of the Week.

The Seahawks finished out their three-week home stand with a thrilling 39-30 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and team photographer Rod Mar documented the excitement from pregame to postgame in this week's photo essay.

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