Seahawks 2020 offseason plan: Getting Seattle back to the Super Bowl
By Geoff Shull
The Seahawks have an opportunity to rebuild the roster into a Super Bowl team. This is how I believe Seattle could get there.
The new league year is less than a week away. The Seahawks have an opportunity to rebuild the roster into a Superbowl team this off-season. This article goes through how I believe Seattle could do just that.
This article belongs to the series of articles where my fellow 12th Man Rising writers and I are going to take a dive into seeing what we believe Seattle should do this off-season. If you want to read the other articles, click one of the following links:
Colby Patnode – Offseason plan
Karley Sibert – Offseason plan
Todd Vandenberg – Offseason plan
Lee Vowell– Offseason plan
With this said, welcome to the magical world of the Seahawks off-season game plan, starring yours truly. Over the next few slides, I will be tackling what I believe Seattle should do in a number of key areas. I will cover everything from roster cuts, to free agency and the draft.
For the salary cap, I used OverTheCap’s calculator to account for all my cuts, signings/extensions and costs to ensure I stayed within the confines of the salary cap. My evaluations for player contracts were a mixture of common knowledge, research and gut feeling. For the draft, I used TheDraftNetwork’s mock draft simulator.
Please let me know after you read the next few slides what you think, what you agree with and what you would do differently. Without further ado.