The two biggest concerns during the Seahawks’ 2-2 start have been the struggles of the remade offensive line and the inconsistent use of Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham.
For many critics, the two issues are very closely linked. After all, the Seahawks gave up center Max Unger to get Graham.
For the record, we were very in favor of that trade. But some were dubious, thinking it foolish to give up a top center for a tight end the Seahawks might not even use right.
So, let’s revisit the question: Did the Hawks do the right thing in trading Unger for Graham?
Continue reading Hindsight study: Was Unger-Graham trade a good move?
Tharold Simon’s career with the Seahawks looks just about finished.
Sure, he has one more year left on his rookie contract, but the cornerback simply has not been able to stay healthy in his three NFL seasons and it sure seems doubtful he ever will.
The Seahawks have shown great patience with injury-prone players, and it paid off with cornerbacks Walter Thurmond and Byron Maxwell.
Simon’s career arc seemed like it was following Maxwell’s — until Simon’s season was ended yet again Saturday when he was put on injured reserve.
Continue reading Another busted year for Simon, who is almost out of chances