Ryan Tannehill or Russell Wilson. Which of these two rookie quarterbacks is playing better right now?
Definitely Wilson. No doubt.
By every measurable statistical standard Wilson is the better player today. The former third round draft pick has been a pleasant surprise for the Seattle Seahawks and has been, arguably, one of the top two productive rookie quarterbacks in the league this season.
But before you become depressed about the quarterback matchup Sunday, you must understand there are two Russell Wilsons -- the home Russell and the away Russell.
And the home Russell is amazing while the away Russell is still playing like a rookie.
At home Wilson has completed 69 of 111 passes for 935 yards. That means he's completing an impressive 62.2 percent of his passes. But that is not his most impressive statistic at home.
Wilson, 23 years old, has thrown 11 TDs and zero interceptions at home.
His quarterback rating is 122.0 at home.
On the road, Wilson has been merely mortal. He's completed 88 of 142 passes, again for a 62 percent completion mark. He's thrown for 892 yards with four touchdowns and eight interceptions. His quarterback rating is 65.8.
So that should give you hope.
The problem is Tannehill hasn't been significantly better at home than Wilson has been on the road.
Tannehill is completing 58.2 percent of his passes of home and has thrown three touchdowns and four interceptions. His rating is 70.4 at home.
Indeed, away Tannehill has been almost more dynamic, throwing for nearly twice as many yards and averaging 7.60 yards per completion compared to 5.96 yards per completion at home. His QB rating on the road is higher at 71.1.
And so the question for Sunday will be can home Ryan be better than away Russell.