I think the biggest problem in this regard is the lack of consistency on which to base a judgement. It's not even a week to week thing but he has sometimes been a totally different guy from one half to the next. No one will ever expect the dirt balls and sky ropes to disappear completely but their absence for a couple of quarters or games does not write the book on his progress. That makes it very hard for anyone who laid down their claims of what he would become to be objective in determining what is "very obvious" today. Meanwhile Sunday's game was by far the most entertaining Wilson performance of the season but the Mike White game blew it away.