His team is currently at 2-4, and he is a major reason for their struggles.
Wilson is nowhere near his All-Pro form and has missed open targets in multiple games.
The most notable of which is failing to find K.J. Hamler when he was open for what could have been the game-winning touchdown in their Week 5 Thursday Night Football game against the Indianapolis Colts.
But apparently, the frustration isn’t limited to Broncos fans alone.
Instead, former Seattle Seahawks player Michael Robinson also had words to say to his former teammate.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 19, 2022
MMQB Senior NFL reporter Albert Breer tweeted, “Another Seahawk alum chimes in. And I’d listen— @RealMikeRob isn’t some reckless flame-thrower.”
Robinson’s Passionate Message For Wilson
The fullback played four seasons with the Seahawks and won Super Bowl XLVIII in his final NFL year.
Meanwhile, Breer shared a video from Go Long founder Tyler Dunne who said, “Woo boy, @RealMikeRob brought the heat.”
Robinson said, “This is football 101. My 13-year-old son understands how to redirect an offensive line. Hey, Russell understands how to do that to. My thing is that when you call him a robot, this is what is wrong with me. How can you stand up there and you know the offense looks like this, and you know all these questions around here about you and about this offense, and you just say, ‘Oh, we just need to execute better. Let’s ride.'”
He added, “If you’re a teammate and you’re in that locker room, like dude, be human. Please, call somebody out. Be upset about something. Don’t act like this is just business as usual because at the end of the day, and I think this is on the horizon for this team, the guys in that locker room will start to turn around and say, ‘Wow, Russell Wilson got paid, he got his money, but what about us?'”