Russell Wilson has poor fantasy outing against Cardinals

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a poor fantasy outing against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 16.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a poor outing in Week 16 against the Arizona Cardinals. He was unable to generate any offense, and the Seahawks ended up losing, 17-10, leaving the NFC West open. Seattle has already clenched a playoff berth, but the San Francisco 49ers can still take the division under certain circumstances.

Either way, Wilson's day was poor. It was the fantasy championships as well, so if you've depended on Wilson to provide some offensive firepower and somehow made it to the final matchup, he definitely disappointed for your team.

Wilson managed to complete just 11 of 27 passes for 108 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He rushed for 32 yards on two carries as well, which helps a bit. Wilson hasn't been a guy who throws for a massive amount of yardage every game regardless, but this game was especially poor.

Fantasy Impact: Wilson has had a productive second season, with 242 completions for 3,185 yards with 25 touchdowns against nine interceptions. He's also added 91 carries for 540 yards and a touchdown. He's been a fantasy weapon all season, but was a colossal letdown against the Cardinals and their over-performing defense.

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