The Seahawks defense was among the league leaders in yards allowed per game this season.
What has been the biggest surprise?
What does the defense need to fix?
It seems like there is not much movement on the front side of the ball this season, especially on special teams.
The Seahawks lost two starters in Dontae Johnson and Chris Conte and are relying on a pair of undrafted free agents to replace them.
Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn said last week that he believes that his unit will be able to improve with veteran help.
Let’s take a look at how things have changed.
— The big questions heading into the draft: How much better will this defense be if it gets a better running game?
That was one of the biggest questions heading in.
Quinn says the team wants to find ways to move the ball.
That includes finding ways to use a running game that is missing some speed.
Quinn is not optimistic about finding a running back capable of moving the chains.
“I think we’re going to have to figure it out,” he said.
But I’m excited about the players that are going to come into this league. “
It’s going to be a little different.
But I’m excited about the players that are going to come into this league.
We’re going in with a good group.”
If that is the case, it will be interesting to see how the Seahawks react to that, especially with the loss of a veteran running back who was a big contributor on special team units.
— Is the Seahawks going to use another receiver in the second round?
There is no question that the Seahawks are desperate to add another receiver.
They are currently looking at Jaron Brown of Arizona and Christian McCaffrey of Stanford.
Both are talented players with good size and speed, and they both have potential to be productive receivers.
However, the Seahawks have to decide whether they want to keep McCaffery in a reserve role or give him the opportunity to earn a spot in the rotation with a better offensive line.