Russell Wilson by one way or another never has gotten a solitary MVP vote during his initial seven NFL seasons, yet the Seattle quarterback is looking beast so far in 2020.
Wilson threw five score passes – one more than he oversaw in Week 1 — and the Seahawks hung on for a 35-30 triumph Sunday night over Cam Newton and the Patriots in Seattle.
Wilson finished 21 of 28 goes for 288 yards, while Newton ran for two scores and tossed for another TD alongside 397 pass yards for the Patriots, who were playing without running back James White after the demise of his dad prior Sunday in a Florida auto collision.
The Pats (1-1) moved to the Seattle 2-yard line on a 11-yard go to N’Keal Harry with three seconds remaining, however Newton was overturned on a manager shy of the objective line by C.J. Collier and Lano Hill as time terminated.