After a 2-5 start, let’s look at three trades that the Seattle Seahawks can make to get back into the playoff picture.
The Seattle Seahawks are off to a disappointing 2-5 start. According to Over The Cap, the Seahawks have $13.29 million in available cap space. Let’s break down three trades the Seahawks can make to get back into the playoff picture.
3. Austin Blythe for 2022 seventh-round pick
This season, the Seahawks’ quarterbacks have been pressured on 28.9% of their dropbacks, which is the second-highest mark in the NFL. The Seahawks’ pass protection will need to improve if they want to make a playoff run.
Austin Blythe has been a solid, versatile interior offensive lineman throughout his career. His best season came in 2018 with the Los Angeles Rams, in which he had a PFF grade of 76.4.
Blythe has not played a single snap for the Chiefs this season.
Kyle Fuller is Seattle’s center, right now, and he has started all seven games. He currently has a PFF pass block grade of 45.0, which is 33rd out of 36 qualifying centers.