Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, December 22, 2015

No NFL quarterback, past or present, has had a five-game span more impressive than former Wisconsin star and current Seattle Seahawks stud Russell Wilson.

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Look at these numbers: 74 percent (110-of-148), 1,420 yards, 19 touchdowns and zero interceptions. That's an average of 284 yards and 3.8 touchdowns through the air, once again, all without a single interception.

He's also made an impact on the ground during the last handful of games (147 yards, 1 TD).

Wilson is no stranger to compiling ridiculous numbers; in fact, in 2011, his lone season in Madison, Wisconsin, the dual-threat signal-caller completed 73 percent of his passes for 3,175 yards and 33 touchdowns, to just four interceptions. Wilson's numbers would have been even more eye-popping had the Badgers not featured Heisman Trophy finalist Montee Ball and James White in the backfield, limiting him to just 22 attempts per game.

Watch one of Wilson's many recent scoring strikes below.

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