Seahawks target from the Ravens
Let us go for broke for this last one, shall we? There is no question that everyone will be watching the Lamar saga unfold as soon as the offseason starts. The Ravens will franchise tag him, it will be absurd not to, but let us play what if here. If the Ravens decide to let Lamar walk, there will be an abundance of teams ready to jump and make him a lucrative offer. The Seahawks should be one of those teams, that must at least see how much Lamar wants.
Again, this is not me saying, go really hard and chase Lamar. That is not my intent. But if Geno leaves this offseason, there is a hole the Seahawks have to immediately have to fill.
Lamar Jackson is a difference-maker at the quarterback position, a position already heading more and more towards the running quarterbacks as supposed to pocket passers. After trading away their franchise quarterback last offseason, Lamar quickly steps in as the face of the franchise for years to come. The money and the term will be astronomical, but convincing him to play for Pete Carroll and his run-first offense, which is already equipped with rookie Kenneth Walker, as well as the best pass-catching option in DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett compare that to his time in Baltimore. It will be hard for Lamar to turn that opportunity down with the Seahawks.