Seattle Seahawks Team Outlook
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Seahawks Offense Outlook
Sensing decline in their defense, Seattle turns to their rushing attack in 2018 to help control the clock. They ran the ball 55.6 percent of the time with league-low pass attempts per game (26.7). Their direction of the offense points to more success passing the ball in 2019 while continuing to create plenty of yards on the ground.… Continue reading ...
Daily Dr. Roto — April 24, 2019
KC Trades For DE Frank Clark – Mistake-in-Chief
The Kansas City Chiefs made a blockbuster trade yesterday when they acquired DE Frank Clark from the Seattle Seahawks. The Chiefs gave up the #29 overall pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, a 2020 second-round pick, and swapped 2019 third-round picks with Seattle to get the deal done.
It seems like an awful lot to give up for a player who is not considered to be a game changer on defense. To his credit, Clark has 32 sacks in the past three seasons, but he alone is not enough to change the fortunes of Kansas City’s defensive struggles.… Continue reading ...
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Outlook: Normally I have been quite positive about the Seahawks coming into the previous few seasons, but some recent injuries on both offense and defense as well as the departure of some trusted veterans do not bode well for 2018 success.
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QB: The Seahawks are Russell Wilson’s team. He is as vital to his team as any player is in the entire NFL. Wilson’s greatness is not only seen in his arm or with his legs, but in his sheer demeanor and his team leadership. He inspires the rest of his teammates to be better as players.… Continue reading ...
After five straight playoff appearances and one Super Bowl victory with double-digit wins in each season, Seattle slipped to 9-7 while failing to make the postseason. Since 2003, the Seahawks have been in the playoffs 11 times with two other Super Bowl appearances. Pete Carroll has a career 112-79-1 record over 12 years as a head coach with his best success coming with the Seahawks (79-48-1 and a Super Bowl title). He has a 65-30-1 record over the last six seasons.
This year Seattle brought in Brian Schottenheimer to be the offensive coordinator after spending the last two seasons as the quarterback coach for the Indianapolis Colts. He’s held the OC job for nine other years in the NFL for two different franchises.… Continue reading ...