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Projected stats: 16 for 26, 215 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception
Russell Wilson's been a marvelous improviser during his second NFL season.
Shoddy offensive line play has likely been part of the reason his completion percentage and Pro Football Focus Accuracy Percentage (subscription required) dipped in his sophomore campaign.
In 2012, Wilson's Accuracy Percentage was 77.1—the fourth-highest in the NFL. In the 2013 regular season, it was 71.9 and 68.4 during the playoffs.
("Accuracy Percentage accounts for dropped passes, throw aways, spiked balls, batted passes, and passes where the quarterback was hit while they threw the ball—factors that hurt the quarterback's completion percentage but don't help show how accurate they are.")
However, last year, Wilson was "under pressure" on 39.8 of his dropbacks during the regular season. This season, that number increased to 43.8 during the regular season and a ridiculous 53.7 in two playoff games.
The Denver Broncos pass rush isn't special, but if Shaun Phillips and Terrance Knighton get going, they can cause problems in the backfield.
With a steady run game and what should be a relatively "easy" matchup for Seattle's offensive line after playing the San Francisco 49ers, Wilson should have a typical rather efficient, low volume performance.