Wilson completed 15 of 26 pass attempts for 238 yards, three touchdowns and one interception while running for five yards and one touchdown against Arizona on Sunday.

It was a classic Russell Wilson box score: scoring often, including as a dual threat, while dealing with low-usage volume. To produce four touchdowns on 30 snaps isn't a common feat for most players, but with Wilson it's an old story by now. It's not clear whether that story will continue in Seattle, nor whether Seattle will keep the same coaching staff if Wilson does return. The veteran quarterback's situation is one to monitor in the offseason.

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