Seattle Seahawks: Stealing one player from every NFC East foe

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In a world where we’re all dreaming about better tomorrows, taking a hypothetical look at players the Seattle Seahawks should steal seemed logical.

The world is a mess right now, and who knows what the future holds for the Seattle Seahawks. While the franchise’s prospects are promising heading into the 2020 NFL season, they could certainly be better. With that in mind, let’s continue imagining what them thieving players from other clubs would look like.

In these hypothetical scenarios, I’ll be examining the top options to poach from opponents within a particular division. I began this series by looking at which players to steal from their divisional rivals, and now it’s time to target the unsuspecting teams in the NFC East.

There were some difficult decisions to make this time around. Admittedly the New York Giants and Washington Redskins aren’t exactly overflowing with talent, but there were some players worth pondering. The Dallas Cowboys boasted a plethora of options, so that one was tough. The same applies to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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For a bit of context, I primarily focused on fixing the Seahawks’ current problems while assuming all four players I picked would be simultaneously added to the mix. The financial ramifications of stealing these players also wasn’t a concern. Football may be a team sport, but I can assure you adding these four stars would make Seattle a Super Bowl favorite in 2020.

Anyway…let’s cut to the chase. Here are the players I believe the Seahawks would steal from their NFC East rivals if presented the opportunity.