It looks like Russell Wilson is about to tie the NFL QB record.
Punter Russell Wilson will almost certainly rewrite the NFL record book during the final four games of the regular season for the Denver Broncos.
Wilson is 391 passing yards away from becoming the first quarterback in league history to record nine consecutive seasons with 300 rushing yards and 3,000 or more passing yards.
Wilson has accumulated 2,609 yards through the air with 23 touchdowns and eight interceptions as of Week 15.
He has also accumulated 315 yards and two scores on the ground.
Wilson's statistical counting has contributed to the Broncos being in the thick of the AFC playoff chase with a 6-1 record in their last seven games.
"We are in a horse race," he conceded following the Chargers' victory on Sunday.
"Now that we've reached three-quarters, it's imperative that you end the final quarter on a high note.
It is imperative that we maintain our concentration on ourselves and strive to perform at our highest level of football.
"I believe that to be absolutely crucial."
Wilson must maintain an average of 97.75 passing yards for the remaining games in order to advance toward tying the aforementioned record.