Evan Brown - Seattle Seahawks center
Maybe there is something wrong with Seattle's offensive line coaching. This is a little bit surprising because through the first four games, when Seattle was mostly playing without tackles Charles Cross and Abraham Lucas, and had multiple changes along the interior of the line, Seattle's O-line seemed better and a lot of the credit for that could have gone to line coach Andy Dickerson and center Evan Brown. But Brown has been mostly bad since Week 2.
Brown did miraculously play well against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 13 when he did not allow a pressure on 41 pass attempts, but why was he suddenly better when he had been bad for weeks? An offensive lineman must be consistent to be counted on and I am partly surprised that the Seahawks have not made a change to rookie Olu Oluwatimi at center.
Brown was back to his old bad habits against the 49ers in Week 14, however. He allowed 2 pressures and 2 quarterback hits. This was the same kind of performance he gave between Weeks 3 and 12 when he allowed multiple pressures in seven of eight games including giving up 4 against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 9.
Brown is graded at number 29 among centers this season, per PFF. As there are only 32 teams, this would mean the Seahawks have the fourth-worst center situation in the NFL. Brown was only signed for one year this past offseason, so unless he can be nearly perfect over the final four games, there should be no chance he returns in 2024.