It has been a rocky past few weeks for Russell Wilson and the rest of the Seattle Seahawks.

Just over two months ago, Russell and the Seahawks were flying high with a 5-0 record with their QB leading the way. After being heavily-favored to win his first MVP award this season, the 32-year old superstar QB has continuously slid down the MVP race alongside his team's inconsistent performance as of late.

As per (via NBC Sports), Wilson has now fallen to the fourth spot in the MVP race after he was overtaken by third-year Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen. The former Super Bowl champ currently sits +2000 in MVP odds while Allen has a +1500 odds. Ahead of these two are Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers (+460) and reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes (-500) of the Kansas City Chiefs.

With four more weeks to go, anything can still happen really, but with the odds against his favor, it slowly looking like Wilson's MVP hopes for this season is all but gone. Morever, Mahomes–the 2018 MVP–is looking like the real favorite to grab his second league MVP crown from here on out.

It was their Bye Week in Week 6, among other things, that seemed to have ruined Wilson and Seattles' winning momentum. After their blistering start to their 2020 campaign, they've now gone 3-4 in their last seven outings, putting them at a tie with the Los Angeles Rams at the top of then NFC West division.

Russell Wilson's production has tremendously slowed down over these past few months. After hitting 19 TDs in his first five games, the seven-time Pro Bowler only managed to tally 13 in his last seven. In addition, his sacks and interceptions per game with the Seahawks have gone higher, ultimately decreasing his total rating on a per game basis.

The struggle has been real for Russ.