Russell Wilson threw only 10 interceptions in 16 regular-season games as a rookie, a few of them the result of a hit as he threw, a slipping wide receiver or a pass off the hands of his target.
But whereas many see the Seattle Seahawks' quarterback as one of the better caretakers of the football, Donte' Whitner sees a guy who gives the defense a chance to make a play.
"He does," the San Francisco 49ers safety told FOX Sports this week, following a practice in preparation for Sunday night's NFC West rivalry game between the teams. "Whenever you play that style of football where you're running around and some guys get open sometimes by (Wilson) running, you'll give (defenders) some opportunities."
Though the Seahawks' defenders have been careful to say all the right things about 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick this week - "When you have a guy like that, he will put you in a lot of great situations to win," Seattle safety Earl Thomas told Bay Area media - the ever-confident Whitn...