Russell Wilson will not play this week with a partially torn hamstring.

It could be the best move the Broncos have made all season because they will be without Russell Wilson against the Jets. Wilson hasn't been the guy the Broncos thought they were getting when they traded for him in the first place.

The Subway commercials are not as bad as DangeRuss' performance through six games. Wilson's completion percentage this season is the lowest of his career. Wilson's passer rating is down to 83.4 which is the lowest it has ever been. Subway stopped selling Wilson's signature sandwich. Who would want to eat that after what he has done?

No one is happy about a player missing games because of injury, but this might be the best option for all involved in this decision to shut the nine-time Pro Bowler down for a while. The Broncos should sit Wilson out until he is fully healthy. Denver should approach this situation in a long way.

Wilson has played the way he has so far. Wilson had a partially torn lat on his throwing arm after Denver lost to Las Vegas. It is a convenient excuse for a bad start.

The Broncos' offense seems to be malfunctioning this year. Nathaniel Hackett was the first year head coach. The decision to take the ball out of Wilson's hands on a crucial fourth down was taken to task by the public. The Broncos lost the season opener in Seattle due to a missed field goal by McManus.

Wilson has not produced in the past few games. Russ isn't winning over a lot of people in Denver. The teammates are starting to look at Wilson with a bit of skepticism. Wilson looked at Gordon with a mean side eye as he walked past the running back on the sideline.

It can be difficult to gauge the severity of a ham string injury. They can linger and take a long time if not given the right time to heal. Wilson could be missing a lot of time because of an injury to his throwing arm. Considering how bad this trade has been for Denver and Wilson, I think that is the best scenario.

As long as it takes for him to return to optimal health, sit him out. Even though no football player is ever completely free of injury, he may need to stay out until he resembles the old Russell Wilson. He needs to be out until late in the season or the rest of the year if that is the case. Wilson isn't helping matters by playing hurt. The back-to-back rough seasons have taken a toll on Wilson's legacy. Wilson's last year in Seattle wasn't as bad as his previous one, but it wasn't good either.

Denver signed Wilson to a long-term deal, so they are tied to him for a long time. If the Broncos lose their Week 7 game against the Jets, they will be in a bad spot. The way Wilson has played, they are not digging themselves out of that hole. It is time to worry about protecting their investment in Wilson since this season is already washed.