2019: Frank Clark stays in Seattle, Lamar wins his first MVP, 6 Pro Bowlers, but still it is not enough
The Seahawks have a busy offseason in 2019 that starts with the NFL draft, where they take some flack for drafting a running back in the first round Miles Sanders (instead of LJ Collier) but also hit a home run when they take DK Metcalf in the second (rest of the draft stays the same).
They also then re-sign Frank Clark (again, plenty of cap space since they’re not paying Wilson) but unlike real life, they do not make the Jadeveon Clowney trade. With a young dynamic offense and stellar defense, Seattle goes 13-3 and wins the division in dramatic fashion defeating the 49ers on the final play of the game. On top of that, Lamar Jackson is named the MVP, becoming the second in franchise history after Shaun Alexander.
The Seahawks also have 6 Pro Bowlers Bobby Wagner, Frank Clark, Shaquill Griffin, Lamar Jackson, Orlando Brown, Mark Andrews. With home-field advantage, the Seahawks dismantle the Vikings in Seattle but lose to the Packers in the NFC Championship game once again. However, there is still optimism growing about this young team heading into 2020.