Seahawks QB Russell Wilson can seemingly do no wrong in this league – he can pass like the best and run like a top RB.
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A year ago he was seen as just a game manager, but now Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is officially being looked at as a top 10 QB in the entire league. He has wins like Tom Brady, he has a ring like Aaron Rodgers, he can pass like Drew Brees and run like Michael Vick. He truly is the complete package and his win over Washington on Monday was highlighted by this incredible play:
Not only is Wilson the total package at QB, but now he even has the highlight moment to start putting together a real MVP season.
Here are the top 5 candidates for NFL MVP:
Peyton Manning – There is not a more adept QB at tearing a team apart than Peyton Manning. The Cardinals have a great defense and Manning turned it into confetti.
DeMarco Murray – It seems like a given at this point that he will win the rushing title. The question is: What other special marks in Cowboys history or NFL history can he break before the season is over?
Russell Wilson – Forget Marshawn Lynch. Wilson is officially the glue that holds the entire Seahawks offense together. He looks like a cross between a young Tom Brady and a young Michael Vick when he moves around in the pocket.
Philip Rivers – It takes a talented arm to eviscerate a Rex Ryan defense, but Rivers made it look routine. He is having a great season and may even be able to steal the division title from the Broncos if he can beat them in Denver.
J.J. Watt – The Houston Texans DE seems like a lock for DPOY, but he can do things on defense that very few players in the league in the last 10 years have been capable of.