As great as Wilson has been since entering the league, 2015 was his best regular season yet. He posted career highs in completion percentage (68.1%), yards per attempt (8.3), touchdowns (34) and passer rating (110.1), this despite the Seahawks’ litany of injuries at the running back position. Wilson also added 553 yards on the ground and finished the season with a bang, throwing for 24 touchdowns and just one interception over his last seven games.
Seattle endured a revolving door at tailback thanks to injury woes, yet Lynch (312 snaps played) edged out Thomas Rawls (297) and Fred Jackson (266) for the most playing time. He also earned the highest grade among the trio from PFF, and Wilson and Lynch’s combined score was the fifth-highest among all duos in the league.