8. Get some quality safety help
Bradley McDougald was very good in 2018 but whoever was playing next to him wasn’t the same kind of quality. Both Tedric Thompson and Delano Hill had moments where they looked like they could be decent pros but neither looked like a long-term starter.
The Seahawks have relied on great safety play under Pete Carroll to win games. Seattle cannot afford to have their safeties to just be decent. Seattle needs to acquire someone with the same kind of talent as McDougald.
7. Get a slot cornerback, or keep one
Justin Coleman has been a very valuable member of Seattle’s secondary the last two seasons. He has developed into one of the best slot corners in the NFL. But he is a free agent. Coleman took a chance last year by not signing a longer, but cheaper, extension with Seattle. He bet on himself and it worked.
But this offseason, Seattle either needs to pay Coleman or find someone to take his place. Seattle should take a risk and bet on Coleman for the next three years.