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Russell Wilson has been on a roll as of late, looking like he's in midseason form. He went 15-of-20 for 202 yards and two touchdowns through the air and added on four carries for 23 yards and another score.
Wilson's touchdown run utilized several pump fakes as he seemed to jog in for the touchdown. He appears to have an even better grasp of the offense this season and is getting the ball to his explosive group of receivers.
By the time Tarvaris Jackson entered, the game was already well in hand. Several of his passes were dropped, and he was pressured by the Chicago Bears defense on several dropbacks.
He ended the day completing half of his 10 pass attempts for 65 yards. Overall, he performed well, not taking any chances with the football, escaping the pocket as well as he could and finding open men.
The battle for second-string quarterback seems to be tipping in his favor.
Terrelle Pryor came in and threw his first pass at his receiver's feet and then made a risky throw that was intercepted. Those were his only two passes in the game. He also ran for minus-two yards in the game.