Coming into the offseason the Seahawks faced questions about improving their run defense and whether or not they would stick with Geno Smith or pursue a quarterback with their early draft pick. Smith's contract paired with Drew Lock's return suggests that the most likely outcome is to continue to find pieces to win with Geno. Being in a similar situation didn't stop them from pursuing a quarterback in 2012. However, going for top prospect on defense, bolstering the offensive line and getting another offensive weapon helps set a more focused plan to compete in relatively weak conference in 2023.
We go through some scenarios regarding how the Seahawks could approach the draft and talk about why the team is putting in the effort to scout some of the top quarterbacks in the class. Adam is certain that Anthony Richardson would need multiple seasons to develop into a potential quarterback. Similarly, Trey Lance is trying to work back into the starting lineup in Santa Clara, but he'll have to get reps over Sam Darnold if Brock Purdy isn't going to be ready for the 2023 season.
In the second half of the show, we talk about some of the NFL's latest rule changes and one rule they opted to remain unchanged. In Do Better, we talk about the shift away from allowing people to work from home and a recent mock draft that may have questionable motives. Better at Life honors go out to the flock and to Bobby Wagner for his return to Seattle.