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2022 Seahawks Year in Review
The 2022 Seahawks were without quarterback Russell Wilson for the first time in ten seasons. Geno Smith took over as Quarterback, scoring 30 touchdowns with eleven interceptions. He finished the year with a 100.9 quarterback rating. The team's 9-8 record was good enough to earn them a Wild Card playoff spot, and they went up against the San Francisco 49ers on January 14. Sadly, the Seahawks were no match for the 49ers, and their season came to a close with a road game loss. They opened the season with a win against the Broncos, before losing the next two games. The team bounced back from those two losses and went on a 5-1 run before losing to the Buccaneers and Raiders, back-to-back. Seattle would defeat the Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams before losing a pair of games to the Panthers and 49ers. The team's three-game win streak, with a little help from Detroit, meant that the Seahawks would play in the 2022 NFL Playoffs. D.K. Metcalf had another strong season, with 1048 yards receiving and six touchdowns. Kenneth Walker III ran for over 1000 yards in 2022. Tyler Lockett had nine touchdowns in 2022 and 1033 receiving yards.
Seahawks 2021 Season Recap
It's the end of the Russell Wilson era in Seattle. The Seahawks will have over 50 million dollars in salary cap room, and a top-ten draft pick to possibly use for a young quarterback. The 2022 draft class may not be the best when it comes to quarterback talent, but the Seahawks could use that extra cash to bring in a veteran quarterback that could give the organization some time to prepare their young draft pick for the prime time. Let's not forget that the trade with Denver includes four more draft picks and three current players. This may be the best rebuild option for Seattle and fans should be excited. Included in the trade is Matt Corral. Corral did have a high interception rate in 2020, and it looked pretty much the same in 2021, but he's a player that Seattle could use as a starter and then use the current draft picks to find a good edge rusher or linebacker.
In 2021, the Seahawks finished the season out of playoff contention. Their 7-10 overall record was tied for fourth-worst in the NFC. Wilson sat out three games in 2021 with a finger injury, and that didn't help matters. He leaves the Seahawks with an overall passer rating of 101.8 and a Super Bowl ring. Fans enjoyed the ten seasons he spent in Seattle. The team was 3-9 by December, so it was "too little, too late" when they went 4-2 in the final six games of the season. Now all eyes are on DK Metcalf and whether he would care to take free-agent money and move on. If that's the case, then this upcoming season will surely be a rebuild-minded adventure.
The Seattle Seahawks have been one of the NFL’s premier teams for quite a while now. In 2017 the Seahawks finished the regular season 9-7 as quarterback Russell Wilson did everything he could to will his depleted team back to the playoffs and came up just short. So what did the Seahawks do this offseason to get back there?
The truth is, the Seahawks continued to take apart their team in the offseason, which they have to do. They have made some bad cap decisions, and now it is time to pay the bill. They released cornerbacks Richard Sherman, Jeremy Lane, and DeShawn Shead. They also chose to let kicker Blair Walsh walk away as well. They also traded All-Pro defensive end Michael Bennett to the Philadephia Eagles. Late in the offseason, they also released defensive end, Cliff Avril. The signings they made were ho-hum at best- swingman offensive lineman D.J. Fluker, running back Mike Davis, defensive tackle Tom Johnson, and defensive tackle Shamar Stephen.
With their cap in trouble, the Seahawks draft became a top priority. In round one, they solved their revolving door at running back with Rashaad Penny from San Diego State. In round two they added some badly needed depth to their defensive end position with Rasheem Green from USC. In round four they grabbed tight end Will Dissly from Washington. In round five they finally added looked at their depleted secondary and added safety Tre Flowers from Oklahoma State. Also in round five, they got a new punter Michael Dickson from Texas. To finish round five they added offensive line depth in Jamarco Jones from Ohio State. To finish their draft they went outside linebacker Jake Martin from Temple and quarterback Alex McGough from Florida International. They will have to rely on these players more than they would like to this year with their cap troubles. We will see what becomes of the Seahawks now. The Legion of Boom is no more, and in its place, is something far inferior.