So we are 4 days away from what could be a very interesting day for the Seahawks and the NFL draft. I've read the blogs, the "experts", and the mock drafts. A couple things are for sure as we get ready for the draft:
1. Detroit again has the #1 pick
2. Seattle is in a interesting predicament.
3. Nobody really knows what is going to happen.
In regards to Seattle, if for some reason Seattle finds itself in a position that Curry, Monroe, Crabtree, and Sanchez are available, I still think the answer is easy.
Curry is the fit for the Hawks. I don't expect that we will see Monroe, and as nice as having Crabtree as another option for Hasslebeck, I don't see them going for a wide receiver.
Curry can make a difference now. He can physically fit in with this core of linebackers and make immediate gains. I think that is what is most important to the Hawks.
Personally, I think the Hawks did the right thing last year in shutting down Matt. We were going nowhere, the offensive line was banged up something fierce, and allowing him to get healthy and come back this year ready to go was a bold, but right decision.
I know the offensive line is getting old, but they too were put on ice for the better part of the year, allowing to get healthy.
Further, if it does fail, and the Seahawks struggle, I personally think that next years crop of QB's far out way this years.
Another huge area of concern is getting a running back. This could be done in the second or third round, but I don't like the options at running back.
I just hope they don't go QB on the first pick. What do you think? What do you see the Hawks doing?