Ranking the Seahawks’ needs as the NFL Draft now right around the corner. The first round is Thursday.
One way to judge the increasingly precarious nature of the Seahawks’ franchise right now — still fielding a roster that looks Super Bowl caliber but with more apparent holes than past years — is to asses the team’s needs entering this week’s NFL Draft.
In past years, there were position groups — quarterback, safety, cornerback — that could just about be ignored when trying to figure out what the Seahawks might do in the draft, particularly anything outside of a late-round flyer.
But this year, a case can be made that Seattle could be justified taking a player at basically every position group other than kicker/punter, and maybe quarterback, by the end of the second day of the draft (or, the first three rounds).
With the draft…