Fred Jackson Acquisition Will Only Make Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch Better

September 5, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

During the team's two previous Super Bowl runs, the Seattle Seahawks were known for their defense. Times are changing. 
The acquisition of Fred Jackson is yet another positive step in making the Seahawks a far more potent offense. The veteran running back agreed to a one-year deal with the team Friday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Of course, the organization will still hang its hat on the league's best defense, but the offense should be far more complementary this fall compared to previous seasons. 
Jackson's addition only adds to a unit that now features All-Pro tight end Jimmy Graham and electric rookie Tyler Lockett after the team's offseason maneuvers. 
Usually, a 34-year-old running back wouldn't be viewed as a step in the right direction for any team. Jackson, however, is the exception to the rule due to the areas where he can still effectively contribute and his overall fit in Seattle. 
First and foremost, he and Lynch are close fri...

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