Disagree a million percent on guard.
Sweezy will probably be a better interior lineman than Unger within a year or two. Despite being brand new to the position, he had a far superior rookie year compared to Unger, and his tools are better than Unger's are. I think once he's fully up to speed he's going to be pretty special. Sweezy is already maybe the best second level blocker I've ever seen in Seattle's interior.
I think Carpenter has a good chance to be our version of Mike Iupati at LG, at least in the running game. He has weight issues and has slow feet- but oddly he's a very good pull blocker despite that.
John Moffitt and Paul McQuistan are pretty much average. I remember a time not long ago when we would have killed for two average guards. I think people underappreciate Moffitt the football player. He's a technician that may not dominate but he doesn't make a lot of mistakes and is no stranger to making key blocks for big plays.
Rishaw Johnson showed a ton of promise as a run blocker. I was stunned when he didn't make the 53 man in September. He did eventually make his way back on the roster later on.
And the best part? All of them are dirt cheap and the best is yet to come from this group.
Completely serious, I think we have the best interior line situation, top to bottom, in the NFL. Unger is already a star, Sweezy will soon join him, and Carpenter has the tools to be one.