Much of the flak aimed at the Seahawks O-line has been directed at Ethan Pocic, this is harsh as Pocic is essentially a very good backup forced into the starting lineup due to the lack of a better option. So it is no surprise that Pocic is the lowest rated O-lineman of the starting five for Seattle according to PFF.com.
Pocic received a rating of 62.4 from PFF for 2020, this ranks him 22nd amongst the 32 current starting centers in the NFL.
Pocic ranks 11th of 16 in the NFC and 3rd of 4 in the NFC West, although he could well end up as the lowest rating center in the NFC West if the Rams draft at this position. The average rating for an NFL starting center is 65.6, and 65.1 in the NFC. So clearly having Pocic as your starting center is a below-average option.
But as I said earlier there is little or nothing the Seahawks can do about this, due to the salary cap constraints, unless they wanted to draft a center in 2021. As it is unlikely that the Seahawks will use one of their meager three draft picks to do so, it looks like Pocic will be the starting center for 2021.
Maybe it is time to get behind a guy who is only 25 years old, actually delivering to his potential and providing pretty good value for money by doing so.