On July 31, 2015, Russel Wilson signed a contract extension worth 87.6 million/61.5 million guaranteed for 4 years with the Seattle Seahawks. This was after winning a Superbowl several months earlier of course and as he was entering the final year of his rookie deal. Wilson did everything he needed to do and had the LOB playing on the other side and a dominating RB, Marshawn Lynch, behind him. Let's take a look at Wilson's first 3 year's in the league and compare them to Dak's first 3 years: Wilson - Passing 2012 26TD, 10INT, 3118 yards, 64.1%, 7.9AVG 2013 26TD, 9INT, 3357 yards, 63.1%, 8.2AVG 2014 20TD, 7INT, 3457 yards, 63.1%, 7.7AVG Dak - Passing 2016 23TD, 4INT, 3,667 yards, 67.8%, 8.0 AVG 2017 22TD, 13INT, 3324 yards, 62.9%, 6.8 AVG 2018 22TD, 8INT, 3885 yards, 67.7%, 7.4 AVG What about running the ball as a QB? Wilson - Rushing 2012 489 yards, 5.2 AVG, 4TD, 2Fumbles 2013 539 yards, 5.6 AVG, 1TD, 2Fumbles 2014 849 yards, 7.2 AVG, 6TD, 5Fumbles Dak - Rushing 2016 282 yards, 4.9 AVG, 6TD, 3Fumbles 2017 357 yards, 6.3 AVG, 6TD, 0Fumbles 2018 305 yards, 4.1 AVG, 6TD, 4Fumbles Based on these numbers, I'd say Wilson had a better start to his career-but- Dak is certainly close. Dak might even have an argument that he is the better passer as he out produced Wilson in yards and percentage completion. Wilson is far more mobile compared to Dak. But again, Dak is close in effectiveness. So, Wilson's 2015 deal should be a benchmark in determining Dak's value today. The QB market has changed with a couple of teams overpaying in free agency (49ers and Garappolo, Vikings and Cousins), but hopefully those deals do not influence Dak's deal all that much. My guess is a 4 year 104 million/75 million guaranteed deal is happening fairly soon, definitely before the start of the season for the Quarteback of the Dallas Cowboys.