The All-Pro quarterback has 1,442 yards, five touchdowns, and three interceptions through six games.
He is on pace to have 14 passing touchdowns, easily the worst of his career.
However, if Wilson can turn things around, things can change for the better.
But that’s easier said than done because Wilson isn’t 100 percent.
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) October 18, 2022
NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano tweeted, “Our @TomPelissero just reported on NFL Now @nflnetwork that Russell Wilson is getting an MRI on his hamstring today. Could be a “fairly significant” injury.”
Given that it is a fairly significant injury, the Broncos await the result, and Wilson may sit out some games.
When that happens, the Broncos will have Brett Rypien taking control.
That transition could spell more trouble for the Broncos, and the losses might continue to come.
Or, they can discover that Rypien is the better option at quarterback by running the offense better.
Wilson’s Limited Movement
Could this injury explain why Wilson isn’t playing at par with his lofty standards?
After all, hamstring injuries hamper a person’s movement, making it difficult to execute plays.
Therefore, Wilson may have a chance to improve his game after dealing with all his ailments.
But aside from his hamstring, Wilson must do something with his vision inside the court.
He missed K.J. Hamler, who could have walked into the end zone for a potential go-ahead score during their Monday Night Football game.
It would be better for Wilson to undergo surgery after the season or when they feel the need to have it.
They will need any good fortune they can find to overturn their disappointing start.