When we talk about an exceptional athlete like Yuzu, the situation is they are judged (and I do not mean only judges) against their own standards. The problem with setting the bar so high is that you have to live up to it every time, and injuries and other circumstances will only excuse you for a while. And comparison with others in this case is largely irrelevant. So yeah, Yuzu was sloppy and lacked posture and expression in Origin against Seimei and H&L and POTO and others. Also I have a feeling that it would be completely wrong strategy for Yuzu or Brian to complain now that Yuzu was/is unfairly treated, because he is literally the most titled skater out there for decades, he can retire with honours any moments - there is no title he doesn't have (except maybe gold at 4cc, but come on). But if he doesn't retire, he will have to live up. To his own standards. And up the tes to challenge the young jumpers. So perhaps admitting the faults but promising to 'come back stronger' is the best strategy to choose.
Not sure I explained it well. Sorry.