Russell Wilson continues to struggle with finding wide-open receivers during games.
On Monday night, Russell Wilson missed a wide-open Greg Dulcich in the middle of the field on a 3rd-and-2 and instead ended up taking a sack on the play.
Troy Aikman highlighted the play on the broadcast and questioned Wilson’s ability to read the defense.
“Can’t get more open than that…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
Two weeks ago, Wilson also missed a wide-open K.J. Hamler on a crucial play late in the Broncos’ games against the Colts.
How did Russ not see him?! 🤯 pic.twitter.com/A9yQuKYmkx
— Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) October 7, 2022
Broncos fans aren’t happy with the fact that Wilson continues to miss wide-open receivers.
Russell Wilson is blind. No wonder he can’t run this offense. He can’t see wide open receivers in the middle of the field that she have been an easy pitch and catch to move the chains.
— Jimmy (@J3TZ_) October 18, 2022
Russell Wilson missing Dulcich wide open on 3rd and taking the sack brings back PTSD flashbacks from Week 5
Hopefully he’s ONLY missing open receivers in the normal Russell Wilson spots (short-intermediate middle of the field)
— Zach Segars (@Zach_Segars) October 18, 2022
@Broncos Russell Wilson can't see wide open receivers in the middle of the field. This is getting ridiculous. Sit him and let's see if Rypien has better vision!
— Chris Reynolds (@crey0216) October 18, 2022
Maybe Russell Wilson needs some glasses because it appears that he’s trouble seeing down the field this season.