Russell Wilson sets single-season team marks for passing yards, TD throws

With an impressive first half against the Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson set new franchise records in a couple of different categories.

Wilson found tight end Chase Coffman for an 8-yard score in the second quarter, setting a new franchise record for passing touchdowns in a single season. The previous mark was held by Dave Krieg, who tossed 32 touchdowns in 1984. Wilson threw three first-half touchdowns, giving him 34 on the season.

Wilson's 4,024 yards also set the franchise record for most passing yards in a season, surpassing Matt Hasselbeck's previous mark of 3,966 in 2007.

Overall, he completed 19-of-28 passes for 197 yards and three touchdowns as the Seahawks snapped Arizona's nine-game win streak in a 36-6 rout.

Wilson became the first player in NFL history with at least 4,000 yards passing, 30 touchdown passes and 500 yards rushing.