It takes a special kind of delusion to think that INT was Wilson's fault.
The throw was perfect.
The Problem is the Rams could see it coming a mile away and jumped it. (Playcaller.)
The WR, Swain lazily pursued his block (Blocker.)
DK should comeback to the ball, not stand flatfooted (Receiver.)
It's a screen play. Their is no reading the defense post snap. You get it in your hands and chuck it as fast as you can, trusting the players will execute. They didn't. BUT ironically it does personify the problem with the Seahawks offense for the final 10 games of the season, though. The wrong conclusion was drawn is all. TOO PREDICTABLE. You know you done F'd up as an offensive staff, when WR screens are getting picked off.
============== Further Thoughts: An add on to my OP if you will=================
I don't know how anyone can not come away appalled at this offensive scheme, and gameplan. The Rams were squatting on all of their routes, looking to jump everything. It's like they knew the offense better than the Seahawks knew their own offense. Is that Wilson's fault? Or the coaches?
The offensive line routinely blocked Aaron Donald 1v1, and Aaron Donald was continually in the backfield like a hot knife through butter, wrecking the game with immediate pressure. Is that Wilson's fault? Or the coaches?
If know If I was coaching against Donald, I would have 2 blockers assigned to him on pass plays. And I would try and roll my QB away from him as much as I could.
How many rollouts were called? How many times did they move the pocket to give a different launch point to keep the rushers guessing where Wilson would be? There are things you can call to help mitigate an O-Line that is getting beat consistently. How much uptempo did they run to help keep the Rams coverages more simplified, and likely gas their D-Line out? (Not counting the end of the game, when you're playing against the clock.)
Wilson played bad, sure, but the coaching was far worse?
And that is what is way, way, more concerning.
Same approach, Same coaches, Same results. Early playoff exit.
What I am thinking about right now is what if JS and RW both leave in the not too distant future? RW was carrying a dumpster fire a couple of seasons ago, they've actually rebuilt fairly well since then, personnel wise. They have a very talented roster, but it is poorly optimized to say the least including Wilson.
Wilson should be in a rollout, widezone, west coast offense. Shanny/McVay/LaFluer/Stefanski. That is what would best fit his skill set. The other offense that would fit him would be a spread it out, uptempo K-gun with Wilson calling his own plays, which is pretty much what they do when they go uptempo. But Pete hates it, because it hurts his defense. When in reality it just exposes his defense. So the offense is there to serve the defense. Snap the ball with 1 Sec on the playclock, don't turn it over, wait them out. Depressing, and the players look apathetic because of it. Hell, a good chunk of the fanbase is starting to become apathetic when I think about it. That's how bad it is.
For those that want to trade Wilson. I don't think you fully realize how bad they will be if they did so. Not many QBs in this league can make Chicken Salad out of Chicken Poo all while doing it in a remedial, predictable offense, with zero margin for error.
They have a bottom 5 staff in place when it comes to QB Development and Friendliness. They would need a ready made solution that no team would ever trade away. So a massive downgrade at QB isn't going to make things better, but way worse. Like worst team in the division worse. That new QB whoever it was, would be placed in the same restrictive box. Pete would then be fired shortly after. As NFL teams don't keep around 70+ year old coaches with losing seasons.
If Schneider leaves that would be a serious punch to the gut. He has an incredible hit rate in the later rounds, and that is invaluable in a salary cap league. At the same time I would like to see these guys away from Pete Carroll's deathgrip and see what they can do at their full potential, merely as a curiosity. But I don't want that to happen ultimately.