Seattle Seahawks Draft Robust Offensive Foundations Over Forcing Quarterback

Typically, leaving a draft without addressing the most obvious area of ​​necessity looks like bad front office work. The Seahawks picked this route in 2022, avoiding the quarterback position despite trading Russell Wilson. And yet, Seattle, now left with under-center options of Geno Smith and Drew Lock, has still been praised for its draft.

Evidently, the Seahawks disliked the quarterbacks in this draft. The class—well, other than Kenny Pickett—fell to the rounds they had been graded at prior to the pre-draft media hype. Seattle could have forced a pick, but instead opted for a no-quarterback approach—UDFA signing Levi Lewis and rookie minicamp invitee Kaleb Eleby notwithstanding.


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