The fact that Falcons wide receiver Roddy White wasn't called for offensive pass interference for pushing off on his game winning touchdown reception last Thursday might have upset Josh Wilson initially.
The Ravens' cornerback was knocked to the ground on the play, and after White crossed the goal line to give Atlanta a late lead, Wilson ran to the nearest official and started pleading his case, saying that the reason White was so open was that he had shoved Wilson to the ground.
White admitted to the foul a day later, saying that Wilson "was kind of flat-footed, and he tried to grab me, so I just pushed him down."
Asked about the controversial touchdown today, Wilson took the high road, saying that he's put the whole thing behind him.
"For me, I'm past that play. I'm on to Carolina," Wilson said. "The NFL rarely explains anything to me. So, I'm not really expecting to get that letter in the mail. I'm past it. Nothing's going to change it.
"The most important thing is not what happened to me, what happened to the defense [and] that we lost. You're not going to change a loss. So, anything other than that really doesn't matter."
Wilson shrugged the play off, calling it a learning experience.
"It's something you've got to [learn from]," Wilson said. "Of course, that's not how I wanted it to happen. But, you've got to play your technique and you've got to understand where your help is and your leverage is.
"Personally, I thought I played good technique and held my leverage and just tried to do what was asked of me on that play. And it was made kind of hard."
Wilson's first start as a Raven didn't go incredibly smoothly, as the Baltimore secondary got burned for 302 passing yards and three touchdowns through the air, and they allowed Atlanta to come back from one-point down with 65 seconds left to get the winning TD.
How is the former Maryland cornerback dealing with the poor performance? He's moving on.
"It's called the NFL," Wilson said. "You're going to have your good days, and you're going to have your bad days. And, you've got to weather them all. Of course, when the bad ones come, everybody wants to come for your head. And, when the good days come, everybody is going to pat you on the back.
"So, you just have to weather the storm and understand that every once in a while it's going to happen."