"We're all a little bit frustrated with it,'' Carroll said, via The Seattle Times. "I'm a little bit frustrated by it. But I'm not worried about it over the long haul.''
The coach noted that Marshawn Lynch -- the offense's engine -- has played sparingly. On Saturday, Lynch earned six yards on two carries and one reception for three yards in his only snaps this preseason.
The quarterback doesn't sound concerned about the preseason problems.
"We need to finish drives and that's on me,'' Wilson said. "I missed a couple of throws there. But we will hit them. We believe that.''
The biggest question mark entering the season is a shaky offensive line. Sans starting left tackle Russell Okung on Saturday, Wilson was sacked just once.
"We are definitely moving the ball," Wilson said. "We just need to finish. That's the most important thing. And we will."
The sky is not falling in Seattle. It's just a little preseason rust.