I've been reading through the various mocks and they all have one thing in common: Seattle will invest heavily in D-linemen and linebackers in 2013. This trend is based on two things: One, JS and PC have been wildly quoted as to the depth of the D-line in this draft. And two, the Seahawks have, (had) a perceived need along their Defensive front. But Seattle went out and signed two of the best D-linemen in Free Agency.
PC and JS also looked over this draft and saw a lack of play-makers, so they went out and got one...Percy Harvin
When it comes to NFL front offices, actions speak much louder than words
So now what? They have eight draft picks and possibly one opening along the defensive front.
You could argue that Seattle biggest weakness, both in starters and in depth, is along the offensive line. Sure they managed to put together a workable line in 2012, in fact, they produced two Pro Bowlers. But the rest of the line is put together with a heavy dose of good coaching, overachievers and is a injury waiting to happen.
The 2013 draft class is the best O-line class to come out in over a decade, there are good players to be had in every round. Look for Seattle to take care of their biggest need by investing heavily in O-line talent. After all, do you really think they are going to trust the safety of their franchise savior with the likes of Breno Giacomini? Think again.