Geno Smith has come a long way since his days with the Mountaineers. WVU’s all-time passing leader has had a very long road to get to where he is at, but earlier today he claimed a franchise record as quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks.
Geno Smith has officially set the Seahawks’ single-season passing yards record, surpassing Russell Wilson 👏 pic.twitter.com/G8RB0oCXbF
— ESPN (@espn) January 8, 2023
In today’s Rams-Seahawks contest, Smith broke the Seahawks’ single-season record for passing yards. Russell Wilson, who is now quarterback for the Denver Broncos, previously held the record (4,219 yards).
This is a pretty solid feat for a quarterback everyone wrote-off.
And as we all know, Smith isn’t writing back to them anytime soon.
Geno Smith – an easy lock-in for NFL Comeback Player of the Year.
Great throw by @GenoSmith3 and a perfect grab by @TDLockett12! 🤩
📺 FOX pic.twitter.com/BSDGI5ZWDz
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) January 8, 2023