Wilson's late TD lifts Seahawks to first 5-0 record

11:41 PM ET

Brady HendersonESPN

SEATTLE — Russell Wilson entered Sunday night’s game with 33 career game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime, the most of any quarterback since Wilson entered the league in 2012.

No. 34 might have been as improbable as any.

Wilson took the Seattle Seahawks 94 yards in less than two minutes, unfazed by the rain that drenched CenturyLink Field all night or the two fourth-down plays he faced against the Minnesota Vikings‘ defense. Wilson and DK Metcalf kept the final drive alive by connecting on fourth-and-10, then capped it off when Wilson found Metcalf in the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown with 20 seconds left.

That gave the Seahawks a 27-26 win and the first 5-0 start in franchise history.

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“There is just so much character that goes into being able to have that much poise, to be that clear, to function like that so beautifully throughout those opportunities,” coach Pete Carroll said of Wilson. “He’s just as good as you can get. I don’t know how anybody could ever be better than what he

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