"Obviously, it wasn't his best performance of the year," Hull said Tuesday during his weekly conference call arranged by the league. "Robert is a very, very proud player. So he knows that he didn't have a great game, but it's not all on him as to why we lost the game. It's not one person. We're a team, and we win as a team and we lose as a team. So we're not putting it all on Robert. I know that's what a lot of people want to do, always pinning it on the quarterback. But it's not just the quarterback. I know Robert's going to study hard this week, and he won't make those same mistakes."