Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is currently mired in a career-worst turnover streak that has a once 5-0 Seahawks teams now at 6-3 through Week 10, but Wilson says that he is keeping his head up and pushing forward as he works through his struggles on the field.
“You may slip and fall a little bit,” Wilson said, according to ESPN’s Brady Henderson. “You’ve got to just keep climbing. I think Vince Lombardi said something about that one time. I think he talked about the man who’s on top of the mountain didn’t just get there. It’s so true. I think that as a team, there’s always challenges … The guys that can keep getting up and keep swinging, those are the players and those are the teams that keep overcoming. What I do know about myself is I’m an overcomer. I’ve been doubted before. One thing about me is I’m going to keep swinging.”
Wilson has suffered 10 turnovers over the past four games, the most since he initially entered the league back in 2012, and his 13 turnovers are his most through the first 10 games of any season during his career, per ESPN Stats & Information.