Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson were asked the same question Sunday night after the Seattle Seahawks' 6-6 tie against the Arizona Cardinals, but they offered predictably different responses.
The queries had to do with Wilson's limited mobility. On the Seahawks' first drive, they faced a 3rd-and-1 from their own 26. The call was a zone read, and Wilson kept it, but he was dropped for a 2-yard loss.
It was his only run of the game.
Wilson has carried 22 times for 33 yards. That's 5.5 yards per game and 1.5 YPC. During the first four seasons of his career, Wilson averaged 38 rushing yards per game and 5.91 YPC. Wilson suffered a right high ankle sprain in Week 1 and a sprained MCL in his left knee in Week 3. He continues to get treatment for the injuries, and it's obvious that they're affecting him.