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(5177) yards passing
(422/670) ~= (63)% completion ratio
(43/19) TD/INT ratio, float(2.26) TD/INT
(96.3) QB passer rating
(4967) yards passing
(435/727) ~= (60)% completion ratio
(20/17) TD/INT ratio, float(1.18) TD/INT
(79.8) QB passer rating
DangeRuss Wilson has an average of (7.93) yards per pass completion with...
(3118) yards passing
(252/393) ~= (64)% completion ratio
(26/10) TD/INT ratio, float(2.6) TD/INT
(100) QB passer rating
Wilson's (393) attempts is among the lowest in the NFL regular season while Stafford and Brees sit atop with (727) and (670) respectively. Considering all parameters and clustering all of my football knowledge together, these are the stats, based on a (690) pass attempt NFL regular season, that I formulated + or - whatever anyone else thinks...
(5471.7) yards passing
(442/690) completion ratio
These are just theoretical of course. Nonetheless, Wilson should be in the lead for Offensive ROY, ROY and get at least two top votes for 2012 NFL MVP. The numbers are there, the committee of wide receivers are not elite caliber and Wilson fought for that starting spot, along with exceeding all expectations to the power of one billion. Exaggeration and a somewhat ire of overrating is going to be floating around this marvelous Seahawks team put together by General Manager of the Year John Schneider, if they were to return home with a loss to the Redskins. This is a highly unlikely outcome though, speaking losing to the Redskins.
With that said, it is nice to put these words, "exaggeration" and "overrating", with the Seahawks, for at least there is finally recognition of a worthy team here in the Emerald City of Seattle.