Back in the offseason, the Russell Wilson trade to the Broncos seemed like a match made in heaven. However, only six weeks later many are wondering whether it was a mistake.

Though the veteran quarterback’s talent is undeniable, he has struggled to perform as expected since moving to the Mile High City. With their loss to the Chargers on Monday, the Broncos dropped to 2-4.

While the offense has so far failed to produce, the defense did their job well, which is why many wonder if there exists some sort of friction between the units. According to Wilson, things are just fine inside the locker room.

Russell Wilson says Broncos are united

“We don’t have division in our locker room,” Wilson said, via Kevin Patra of Around the NFL. You guys saw how hard we played for each other. It didn’t go our way, but everyone is fighting their butts off every day. The line, the receivers, the running backs, the defense, the defensive line, the linebackers and our safeties and corners, everybody was playing for each other and we felt like we could have won the game.

“We had that fluke play at the end, but right before that play, we still felt like we could have won the game. It didn’t work out, but everyone is still together, and we still believe in everything we can do. We must find ways to continue making plays and score touchdowns and do that. The end of the first quarter and the second quarter to get all the way down there. That’s us. We have to bring that every time, and it can’t be anything less.”