Where was that team all season? The Seahawks showed emotion, they showed an ability to come back despite adversity, and they demonstrated how they can dominate a team on the ground to set things up for deep shots down field. We got a peak at what we thought this offense could be before the season started. We even saw a competent pass rush in the second half versus Arizona. They even did it without some of their top defensive talent.
So what does it mean for the offseason? Who will be coming back in 2022? Who should the Seahawks want to bring back next year? The game against Arizona showed the one area of the team that needs to be at peak performance for the entire year and should be the biggest focus of the offseason (which also should have been the biggest focus of the previous offseason).
With an expectation that Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson will return next season, what is one big change the franchise should make considering their last place finish in the NFC West? Based on history, it's something we should have an answer about toward the middle of next week if there is going to be a change. Plus, we look at some of the key free agents and some ballpark numbers of what we think they'll sign for ahead of (or in) free agency.
In the second half of the show, we discuss the list of teams we'd be interested in seeing making a run at the Super Bowl and the only team in the NFC we can moderately cheer for. What's the worst possible Super Bowl matchup? Finally, our team's terrible schedule luck and a rival stadium need to Do Better. Plus, an author with a unique philosophy and a Seattle Kraken fan are each Better at Life.
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