Yeah, I'm not sure I agree with Kiper that Crabtree will got Top-10. I think some team will easily give him a big contract (The Cowboys seem the most obvious choice) but not until further down the draft board. But back to the QBs, I would love for Seattle to select Sam Bradford if we were able. I figure most of the teams starting 0-4 don't really need QBs except for the Rams and maybe the Browns. Still, if we had a chance I would be thrilled. With that said, at this point I would take Tebow (Still my 1st choce), Bradford, Locker, Pike and even McCoy. I strongly believe any one of them could be our QB of the future, and Seneca Wallace needs to be sent packing. I'm not much of a fan of Clausen or Snead, but I would honestly take them as well.
I think all the QB's offer considerable risk. There's not one prospect amongst the list that I'd feel comfortable starting quickly. In all fairness, I always felt both Stafford and Sanchez were a lot better than what's available now.The Seahawks are coming to a point now where they have to build something on offense, a new core. QB, OL, RB. The thing is, I'm not sure how easy that will be this year. I must admit to being quite jealous of the Broncos last night, they had Ryan Clady, Knowshon Moreno. Ok - they also had Kyle Orton... but he fits what they're trying to do as a system. I'm still struggling to work out what Seattle's system actually is...
Surely, the dude is absolutely fair.
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