Russell Wilson gives fantasy owners two passing touchdowns

Kevin C. Cox

The Seahawks quarterback had his second-highest passing yardage total of the season. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had his second straight game of 21 fantasy points Sunday, leading his team to a 33-10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.

Wilson completed 19 of 26 passes for 287 yards and two touchdowns in the game, adding 20 rushing yards on three carries. Both of his touchdowns came in the second quarter, on a 43-yard pass to Jermaine Kearse and a 6-yarder to Golden Tate.

It was Wilson's fourth straight game with multiple touchdowns, after only two such games in his first six outings this season.

Fantasy impact: Wilson is averaging 16 fantasy points a game this season, with four games of 20 or more. His high score is 22, so he's not exactly a win-a-game-single-handedly type, but he's unlikely to ever implode, too.

The Seahawks play the Minnesota Vikings next week, with star wide receiver Percy Harvin expected to make his Seahawks debut in his return from injury. It will be a game that will be a must-start for Wilson fantasy owners.

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