Seattle needs an offensive tackle in the worst way, but 2022's best pass blocker is actually NOT going to be the choice
That is good information. You are right there is no reason to be desperate having the 9th over all pick. I would say it is a spot your goal is drafting a Pro Bowler. It is easier said than done. I don't know if Pete would go corner at 9, if he does Sauce Gardener checks all the boxes for a Seahawk corner. Tackle is the best option and is the hardest position other than QB to fill through free agency. Victoria Chris
Swing and a miss, but also still well thought out and completely believable. I'm shocked the Hawks actually picked him
I agree that LT is our biggest need but this big of a reset is going to take three years, just enough time for a rookie tackle to get his NFL feet under him. Sign Brown to a two year deal to teach his successor and play the draft pick mostly on the right side this year. Whether we grab him at nine or trade back slightly depends on how many LTs are taken in front of nine. The two guys I'm most excited about at this point are Tyler Smith and Logan Hall.