Wilson has a chance to make history

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Wilson has a chance to make history
Mon Nov 12, 2012 2:41 am
  • Trivial history, but just the same:

    As far as I can tell, no QB has ever gone 8-0 at home during his rookie season. The closest was 2004 Big Ben, who went 7-0 in home games. He did not play in the team's week one victory over the Raiders because Tommy Maddox began the season as the team's starter. Roethlisberger entered in week 2 after Maddox was injured and had his first career start in week 3.

    Dan Marino was 5-0 at home, but like Roethlisberger, did not start on opening day.

    Andrew Luck is currently 4-1 at home.

    Russell Wilson is 5-0 at home, and his 3 remaining home games are all in the division: Arizona, St. Louis, and SF. 8-0 seems solidly plausible, almost expected. If he does it, he'll be the first ever as far as I can tell.
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Re: Wilson has a chance to make history
Mon Nov 12, 2012 5:47 am
  • Just another notch on Russell Wilson's bedpost.
    There was this monkey, right?
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Re: Wilson has a chance to make history
Mon Nov 12, 2012 5:57 am
  • His NCAA record for consecutive passes without interception was broken Saturday, so there is a spot available on the shelf.
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