And while both offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and defensive coordinator Gus Bradley remain popular options for vacant head-coaching jobs, there's another can't-miss reason for optimism: quarterback Russell Wilson, who brings stability to the position for the first time in a few years.
"He's just getting started," Robinson said. "That's the thing, man. He can will you to a victory. That's what you want in your leader. That's what you want in your quarterback. He can only get better, and I look forward to seeing it."
Wilson, who wore a sweatshirt Monday that read "No Time 2 Sleep," was living out that message already.
The morning after the season ended, he was reviewing game tape.
"There are so many areas where I could get better, and that's the thing that I'll have to do this offseason is continue to watch the film, continue to look at all the cut-ups of this past season and what I've done well and what I could have done better."
"The goal for me is ... 'How can I get 10 times better?' "http://seattletimes.com/html/seahawks/2 ... wks15.html