4. Address the guard position
One of the big problems for Seattle in 2017 was a porous offensive line that was bad in both the run game and passing game. While Wilson was still sacked a ton in 2018, the Seahawks were actually a tremendous run blocking team, leading the league with 160.6 yards per game on the ground.
Both of Seattle’s starting guards, D.J Fluker and J.R. Sweezy, are set to become free agents. The Seahawks could look to maintain continuity by re-signing the pair and drafting young linemen to develop behind them, but this is an area that could be upgraded.
One free agent of interest for Seattle could be Rams’ left guard Rodger Saffold. Saffold could be an upgrade over Sweezy on the left side while weakening the Rams, making his addition a dual benefit one.
Seattle should also weigh whether or not a better pass blocker on the interior line could make Wilson a more effective passer. Wilson only threw for 3,448 yards in 2018, his lowest total since 2013, and he was still sacked 51 times.