FFLockerRoom | Apr 15th
Despite his lack of size (5'9", 206), Russell Wilson proved many naysayers wrong in 2013 by bringing the Seattle Seahawks franchise a Super Bowl ring. In only his second season Wilson was able to compile 3,357 yards and 26 touchdowns through the air while adding an additional 539 yards and 1 touchdown via his legs. And head coach Pete Carroll expects Wilson to take another big step forward in 2014. He is already on the cusp of becoming a 4,000/30 quarterback, so what does his full-potential bring? While I don't believe it will be a 4,500 season or 40 touchdowns, a happy-medium in between last years stats and next season is within reach. They did lose Golden Tate to the Detroit Lions and Marshawn Lynch is starting to put a lot of mileage on his wheels, but the Seahawks still have plenty of weapons at Wilson's helm. Look for the 25-year-old to take another step forward, securing a position as a solid low-end QB1, high-end QB2 in deeper, 12-team fantasy formats.