Coming off one of his worst statistical games of the season, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson said today that upon reflection that there was nothing that happened against the Raiders “that I have to really be worried about.”
Wilson was 17-35 passing against Oakland for 179 yards playing behind a banged-up offensive line and in a steady rain.
But Wilson said after the game he simply missed on a few too many throws, and that he wasn’t really sure why.
Thursday, Wilson pointed to his footwork, saying that any issues he has with his passes “usually pertains” to how his feet.
Wilson said when he missed he generally was high on his passes. “I was quick on a couple of throws,” he said, adding that he can maybe “just hang in there a little bit longer” on a few other throws. “Just playing pitch-and-catch, that’s all,” he said of his goal for Sunday’s game against the Giants.
Asked how he keeps his footwork consistent from week-to-week, he said “just keep practicing. Just keep doing what I’m doing and just keep learning and studying as much as I can.”
Here’s some video of the first few minutes of Wilson’s meeting with the media today, including his thoughts on the Oakland game: