With the NFL Draft coming up, the Seattle Seahawks will have plenty of options with their draft picks.
In 2015, the Seattle Seahawks had to deal with a little more adversity than usual after going to back-to-back Super Bowls in the two years prior. The team got off to a slow start to the season and had issues at the offensive line position that left Russell Wilson scrambling for his life.
As the season wore on, the team began to find their groove on the field with Doug Baldwin and Wilson connecting for many touchdowns, but injuries to Thomas Rawls at running back, Marshawn Lynch losing a step ultimately reduced them to a Wild Card team in the playoffs.
In the Wild Card Round, it looked like the Seahawks would be one and done against the Minnesota Vikings, but a remarkable touchdown pass by Wilson and a missed field goal by Blair Walsh would move the team to the NFC Divisional Round against the Carolina Panthers, where their season would ultimately end.
While it was still a good year in Seattle, it was a bit of a step back and they’re hoping they can take that step forward again in 2016 and get back to the Super Bowl. With a physical NFC West, the Seahawks are going to have really take advantage of the 2016 NFL Draft and add more dynamic talent to the roster.
With nine draft picks, the Seahawks have a great chance to add talent to their roster and general manager John Schneider has the ammunition to move around the draft. Here’s who the Seahawks should look at in the NFL Draft.
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