There has already been plenty of debate about whether Andrew Luck, the first pick of the 2012 draft, or Robert Griffin III, who went second overall, will wind up as the most dominant quarterback over time. But in the end, it could be third-rounder Russell Wilson who tops them all.
Wilson has been brilliant so far, with very few hiccups. After leading the Seahawks to the second round of the playoffs last year, Wilson has the Seahawks off to a 6-1 start for the first time in franchise history. His three touchdown passes against the Cardinals on Thursday night give him 11 for the season. He has just four interceptions and a 97.2 rating. That’s better than Luck (89.6) and Griffin (80.4).