Why CJ Spiller Shouldn’t be Selected by the Seattle Seahawks with the Sixth Pick

April 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Countless Seahawk fans have felt that the Seattle Seahawks need to draft an offensive play-maker in the NFL.
I do not disagree at all.
The fact that a 5'8'' running back named Justin Forsett was our highlight on offense for 2009, speaks volumes of how inept tht Seahawks offensve was last year. 
I have discussed with many of our fellow Seahawks fans about this important topic: Who would immediately bolster the Seahawks offense instantly?
My personal preference would be Brandon Marshall. He would add the offensive fire power that this offense desperately needs, almost as quick as lighting a firecracker. This is my personal preference and of course, I'm not the GM of the Seahawks.
Many have said to take a player in the draft for this purpose and I agree to a certain extent.
But, who is going to be an immediate threat every time they touch the ball?
I can give you five reasons to not draft QB Jimmy Clausen, WR Dez Bryant or RB CJ Spille...

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