2010 NFL Draft: Golden Tate Poses Tough Test For Matt Hasselbeck

April 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's now officially three days since the NFL Draft concluded, and after the Seattle Seahawks had by the far the most successful draft in their near 40-year history, everything seems to be wrapped up in a nice little package for Pete Carroll and his new team.
As a fan of Pete Carroll's work, it's fair to say that he couldn't have introduced himself in a more fitting way by drafting three of college football's elite in Russell Okung, Earl Thomas and Golden Tate, and it does seem that this time around, Pete Carroll is set up for more than just success in the NFL.
However, although it seems to be all smiles around the Seattle locker room right now, there is still some cause for concern in regards to the future.  With the draft gone, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that Seattle has truly filled its team needs.
But what about the 2010 season?  Did Seattle really do enough to give itself a legitimate chance in the NFC West?  Or is another 5-11 seas...

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