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2015 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview

The Seattle Seahawks were just a yard away from winning their second straight Super Bowl when one of the worst play calls in football history was made. The play resulted in a turnover and a Seahawks loss. Seattle went out and made some changes to make sure that nothing like that happens again, trading for tight end Jimmy Graham, adding another offensive weapon and a perfect goal line option. The team also locked up quarterback Russell Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch long term. The one question for Seattle is at offensive line, but Wilson’s ability to make plays with his legs should make this line look great. The Seattle defense will be the best in the NFL yet again, with Kam Chancellor, Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman in the secondary.

Player to Watch

Jimmy Graham – We’ve seen in the past what a great tight end can do for a team, and Graham is no different. He makes Seattle’s offense ten times better and gives them a complete unit. We expect Graham will have a huge season and become Wilson’s primary target.

Projected Seattle Seahawks Starters

Offense
QB: Russell Wilson
RB: Marshawn Lynch
FB: Derrick Coleman
WR: Jermaine Kearse
WR: Doug Baldwin
WR: Ricardo Lockette
TE: Jimmy Graham
LT: Russell Okung
LG: Justin Britt
C: Drew Nowak
RG: J.R. Sweezy
RT: Garry Gilliam

Defense
DE: Michael Bennett
DT: Demarcus Dobbs
DT: Brandon Mebane
DE: Cliff Avril
OLB: Bruce Irvin
MLB: Bobby Wagner
OLB: K.J. Wright
CB: Richard Sherman
SS: Kam Chancellor
FS: Earl Thomas
CB: Cary Williams

Fueled by Sports Prediction

13-3 – First in NFC West

The Seahawks have won their division the past two seasons and we predict that they’ll make it three in a row. There isn’t a more dominant team in the NFL right now and we predict the Seahawks will have the best record in the NFC and win their second Super Bowl in three years.

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