Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
When Russell Wilson lost to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football in Week 7, the rookie quarterback was completing less than 60 percent of his passes and had a relatively pedestrian nine touchdowns to eight interceptions.
After a loss to the Detroit Lions the following week, Wilson began to turn things around.
In December, his play has been truly amazing and exceptionally efficient.
He has completed nearly 63 percent of his passes while accounting for 11 touchdowns with only two interceptions.
During that span, he posted three games with a QB rating over 104, and the other game was the 58-0 demolition of the Arizona Cardinals.
The 99.3 QBR he posted in a convincing win over the Buffalo Bills in Week 15 was the highest single-game rating any signal-caller has posted in 2012.
Currently, Wilson's traditional QB rating is only three-tenths of a point lower than Tom Brady's.