What Can We Expect From the 2010 Seattle Seahawks?

July 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After a disappointing 2009 season, the Seahawks look to improve after a productive offseason.
With new coach Pete Carroll taking the reins and new general manager John Schneider as his sidekick, the Seahawks had maybe the best draft in the league.
In the first round with the sixth pick, they had a steal in Russell Okung, who is a mammoth offensive tackle who could start and make a difference. 
Then, with the 14th pick of the draft, they drafted Earl Thomas, who by many experts was also a steal this late and could be ready to play in the NFL.
In the second round, it only got better, drafting wide receiver Golden Tate, a speedy receiver who has excellent hands and can return kicks, too.
And the rest of their draft was considered excellent, with names like Walter Thurmond, Kam Chancellor, and Jameson Konz, who could all make a impact on the team.
But still, going into the 2010 NFL season, the Seahawks have many questions.
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