2012 was a great draft for the seahawks, mainly with drafting Russell Wilson in the third round. Although 8 out of there 10 picks defensive players (minus JR) and we seen a significant increase in our defense.
2013's draft will be a more balanced selection of players with our first round pick going to a offensive position to help RW. RW's performance in the pro bowl was a defining moment with the need for a receiving TE. A true "go to guy" on third down and to be that red zone receiver that RW can relay on to get open. I do believe that finding RW a receiver that can get open on a regular basis will be addressed in the first two rounds of this draft.
I know PC has stated that we need to address the pass rush, which can be done a couple differant ways, but I believe that issue is secondary to our offensive needs.
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