But that’s exactly what’s transpired after the Broncos’ 4-11 start to the season that puts them in last place in the AFC West.
“The reality is I wish I could have played better for him, too,” Wilson said after Wednesday’s practice, according to ESPN. “I wish I could have played at the standard, the level that I’ve always played at, know how to play at.”
Rosburg reaffirmed the franchise’s commitment to Wilson as the starting quarterback.
“We’re going to play every player that’s available and healthy enough to play to try and win a football game,” Rosburg said, according to ESPN. “… Russell Wilson is our starting quarterback and will be our starting quarterback.”