The Seahawks “let Russ cook” in the first half of the 2020 season, and Wilson responded with an average of 310 yards passing and 3.1 touchdowns per game. He was the No. 3 fantasy quarterback at that point, but after the Seahawks lost back-to-back games against the Bills and Rams, Pete Carroll and Co. reined Wilson in, and his numbers dropped precipitously. He averaged 26.5 PPG in the first 10 games and 17.4 PPG in the final seven, while his pass attempts dropped from 37.1 to 32.0 and his touchdowns dropped from 3.1 per game to 1.7. Wilson is always a solid fantasy starter, but he doesn’t have overall QB1 upside if the Seahawks still want to be a run-oriented team.