Heading into Friday and Round Two: Seattle’s Needs

Before the first round concludes and I call it a night (as Detroit shocks both me and America by trading with Minnesota as I’m writing this), let’s take a look at Seattle’s second-round needs and some potential players that could be drafted to fill them:

**NOT IN ANY ORDER AND LINKS ARE TO EACH PLAYER’S N.F.L. SCOUTING COMBINE PAGE AT NFL.com.

Notice I didn’t put running back on the second-round board.  Now that the big-name guys are gone, I feel that the drop off is that significant that the Seahawks should stomach the collective headache that is Julius Jones and Justin Forsett and wait till next year’s draft to try and snatch up Mark Ingram out of Alabama.

Make sure to check out www.SeahawksGab.com and over at www.twitter.com/DevonHeinen throughout the Draft as I’ll bring you the latest news and analysis on Seattle’s selections and potential moves.


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One Response to “Heading into Friday and Round Two: Seattle’s Needs”

  1. Another year of Jones and Forsett…ouch.

    BUT…I must say I am absolutely THRILLED with the Seahawks 2 1st rounders. Pass protection and blocking, plus…and am I dreaming here…an Ed Reed type for the backfield??