If Mike Williams got as much attention from his coach and quarterback during the game as he did after it, there probably wouldn't have been an issue.
But Williams was targeted exactly once in Sunday's game according to the final stats. That was on Seattle's second play of the game, and the pass went incompleted.
After the game, coach Pete Carroll mentioned the desire to get Williams the ball more without being prompted. So did Jackson. Twice.
"We're going to try and spread it around a little bit more," Jackson said. "I know Mike's a little frustrated. Even though we got the win, I know he's a team player, I know he's a little frustrated because he didn't get a lot of balls thrown his way today. But I'm going to try and do a better job of trying to get him the ball."