The Seattle Seahawks have reentered a window of contention and should maximize short-term chances at winning a Super Bowl even if at the cost of long-term organizational health. That’s the premise of this post. It’s debatable, as are all things, but it is the criteria by which I am evaluating the Seahawks offense and previewing moves that can be made to improve that offense.
Winning the offseason will be a product of savvy management of cap room and draft capital, but moreover precise evaluation of talent and exceptional development of that talent. This post is not primarily concerned with the latter two.