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The job is Flynn's to lose, he gets the starting shot, the question is can Wilson show enough in training camp to make Jackson expendable before final cuts. In a perfect world Flynn starts, Jackson stays as an experienced backup and Wilson learns the ropes, Portis gets on the practice squad.
1 year ago on Seahawks Quarterback Conundrum
I also think the Seahawks will trade down and pick up an extra pick unless they find a guy there that they have very highly rated. If I had to stay pat and pick at #12 for me Quinton Coples DE N.Carolina would be a better fit for our scheme, great size and length combined with power and speed.
I don't see Ingram at outside LB in a 4-3 scheme, think he makes more sense as an outside LB in a 3-4 like a LaMarr Woodley type player, think he would be exposed in passing game ..... sure he could edge rush on 3rd down but i would rather have a neverydown player.
I also agree with the others that DeCasto would be a great pick !
Nobody is really talking about it but would a top Wide Receiver if available be a good fit, give Flynn anotherweapon to work with.
1 year, 1 month ago on My Pick For the Seahawks: Melvin Ingram