Russell Wilson is having an issue seeing wide-open receivers during games.
Just a few weeks ago, Wilson missed KJ Hamler for an easy touchdown at the end of a game.
How did Russ not see him?! 🤯 pic.twitter.com/A9yQuKYmkx
— Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) October 7, 2022
On Monday night, Wilson missed another wide receiver in the middle of the field.
— Steven Ruiz (@theStevenRuiz) October 18, 2022
Troy Aikman noticed Wilson missing another open receiver and criticized him for it.
“This is right in front of him, just put it on him, can’t get more open than that, and that’s just some of the things, I’m not sure at times how disciplined Russell Wilson has been with his eyes on knowing exactly what the looks are in coverage, and where to go with the football”
Russell Wilson chooses to not throw the wide-open short pass on 3rd-and-2 and instead takes a sack.
"Now this is on Russell Wilson… can't get more open than that."- Troy Aikman pic.twitter.com/c1EsgqIL37
— Awful Announcing (@awfulannouncing) October 18, 2022
Fans also blasted Wilson for once again missing another wide open wide receiver.
This is wild. How does any QB in the NFL miss this? https://t.co/SOmEqmKTVj
— Ryan Edwards (@redwardsradio) October 18, 2022
I sure hope Russell Wilson watch’s this type of film, what’s concerning is that this is not the first time even this happens!
Literally down the middle! https://t.co/JN5h0rZim3
— Michael Hernandez (@MichaelNFL1) October 18, 2022
Russ is so cooked 😂😂😂 https://t.co/coyE7lt8jD
— Rocha Entertainment (@RochaENT_YT) October 18, 2022
Wilson got sacked on this play. At some point, maybe he should consider getting lasik surgery. https://t.co/6NKTdBHcUL
— Greg Ehrenberg (@gehrenbergdfs) October 18, 2022
Mr Unlimited was sacked on this play https://t.co/0RcBbQn7qY
— Kurt Rosenfeld (@Krosenfeld49) October 18, 2022
Stevie Russell Wonder Wilson https://t.co/2EQJdQZ64k
— 🗣🎙‼️ (@LanceTHESPOKEN) October 18, 2022
Like how do you not see the dude wide open in the middle of the field? https://t.co/Upr8kEamfj
— Ryan (@TheRyRob24) October 18, 2022