Was there ever any question after that wild-card performance?
The Redskins jumped out to a 14-point lead, but Russell Wilson didn't panic. And his Seattle Seahawks followed suit.
Wilson averaged 7.2 yards per attempt, threw a touchdown pass and, most importantly, did not turn the ball over. That all adds up to a 92.9 quarterback rating.
And no play better exemplified his will to win than him throwing a key block on Marshawn Lynch's touchdown.
When you win a playoff game as a rookie, you jump to the head of the class.
It doesn't hurt that he tied the rookie record for most touchdown passes in a season (26), or that he finished the season with a 100 quarterback rating.
Wilson has gone from the third round to the toast of the league. Let's see how far he can make it in the overall quarterback rankings this year, because it doesn't appear that he's done yet.