Broncos: Chris Harris believes that Wilson is definitely a better QB than Luck

Chris Harris2014This season, the ’Denver Broncos’ Chris Harris saw Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson in action, and the cornerback believes that both players are not able to compete, as he believes that Wilson is better at the QB position. in action, and the cornerback believes that both players are not able to compete, as he believes that Wilson is better at the QB position. Not all pay per head agents agree with him, but what he said did give them a lot to think about.

“Keep keep talking up Andrew Luck,” said Harris, as reported by Vic Lombardi of CBS4. “Russell Wilson is better than Luck. No question.”

When the Colts’ Luck took on Denver in the season’s opening game, the player was able to complete 35 out of 53 passes for 370 yards along with two interceptions and two TD’s. Also, on five carries he recorded 19 rushing yards. The Broncos were able to win at 31-24. On Sunday, the Seahawks’ Wilson was 24 out of 34 for 258 yards, with one interception and two TD’s. For 40 yards, the player was also able to run on nine occasions. The Seahawks ended up winning the game in overtime 26-20, thanks largely to a drive led by Wilson, setting up Marshawn Lynch’s run for TD, and many fans were amazed with this play.

Denver’s Harris was the player responsible for the Seahawks QB’s only pick, but in four games played, this happens to be the second time that Denver had a seat in the front row of an almost perfect performance made by Wilson. In the Super Bowl, the QB was 18 out of 25 for 206 yards for the Seahawks with no turnovers made and two TD’s.

There are quite a few pay per head agents who believe that Luck is one of the NFL’s top-five QB’s, and many fans can agree on this. However, it is still not known if Indianapolis will improve or not under center with Wilson. And then there’s Luck and the Seahawks. They are two offenses who are very different, but if you’re following these teams, it’s something to think about.

Wilson will be paid like a top quarterback in the NFL during the offseason.