Seattle has two prime-time matchups against Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner, plus a trip to Germany to look forward to.
SEATTLE — A franchise-altering offseason punctuated by the Seattle Seahawks jettisoning its longtime star quarterback in a blockbuster deal means the team’s path to relevance is murkier than normal.
Under Russell Wilson’s 10-year regime the Seahawks won 105 regular season games and lost just 55. In other terms, Seattle averaged 11 wins per season (adjusting for the new 17-game schedule). Wilson failed to lead the Seahawks to double-digit wins in just two seasons.
Wilson’s departure leaves a gaping leadership hole and productivity concerns at the
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