WR, Pass protection, propensity for penalties. The QB isn't all world, and needs to be allowed time to grow. But he isn't the biggest problem right now. The offense is FAR from a finished product, has many holes to fill, and isn't even close enough to good enough to freak over just the qb. If everything on the offense was great, and a qb was causing it to fail, that's one thing. I'm sorry, but you could put a lot of playoff qb's on this team, and we wouldn't instantly be putting up a ton of points. If you want to think Wilson is the reason that Russell Okung and Breno Giacomini are getting beat so bad on pass protection, that they have to tackle their guys, then I got nothing to say to you. If you think it's Wilson that caused 10 drops today, I got even less. If you think that way, have at it. But I will kindly ignore your utter nonsense.
In summary. We have successfully built our defense. But still have a long way on offense. Don't be ignorant enough to think that one player on offense can fix all of the holes. One player didn't do it for the defense. Same is the case for the O. Just because we got one side of the ball figured out, doesn't mean we are in "WE MUST WIN A SUPER BOWL NOW!" mode. We have 50% of the equation. Time to properly build the other. There are no shortcuts. If you want to be silly enough to think such exist on the Seahawks bench, you clearly aren't paying attention, or don't understand what you're watching.
All in all, it sucks that we're not as good as we want to be right now. But it's reality. Time to get real. Time to be honest with ourselves. One great half of a team does not mean the other half of the team should be built haphazardly or hastily.