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30.04.19 05:10
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The 2018 NFL season is over http://www.seahawkslockerroom.com/authen...in-ifedi-jersey , but in an era of needing to funnel content out at all times, ESPN has already provided us with extremely early predictions for the 2019 NFL season. Their panel of columnists and analysts were asked who would win Super Bowl 54 in Miami, as well as who would be league MVP.This is behind the ESPN Insider/ESPN+ paywall, so I canít give you everything, but I will give you the Seahawks related snippets. Kevin Seifert is going bold by having Russell Wilson as the 2019 regular season MVP, citing his excellent 2018 campaign despite a run-first approach.Now Iím of the opinion that the Seahawks offenseís consistent habit of starting slowly just about eliminates Wilson from the MVP race before it can really begin. I imagine heíd have gotten votes in the 2015 season if they didnít go the entire first-half of the season without scoring more than two offensive touchdowns in a game. But hey, trends can be broken, and if the Seahawks passing offense gets into gear early in 2019 and keeps that pace up, we could see Wilson in that MVP conversation.Unsurprisingly, Patrick Mahomes topped the predictions tally, with four of nine panelists picking the Kansas City Chiefs star to repeat as league MVP. Aaron Rodgers was the only other QB to receive more than one vote, while other MVP predictions went to Drew Brees and Andrew Luck.As for the ďway too earlyĒ Super Bowl LIV pick? Well again, very early, free agency hasnít started, but why the hell not? Former Seahawks beat writer Mike Sando, now an ESPN senior NFL columnist, has got Seattle in the Super Bowl... except they lose to the New England Patriots again.The other predictions included the Los Angeles Chargers over the Chicago Bears (from Matt Bowen), the New Orleans Saints over Houston Texans (Dan Graziano), and unsurprisingly multiple analysts went with the Kansas City Chiefs over the Los Angeles Rams, while KC Joyner went Rams over Chiefs. Yes, KC picked KC to lose.Iím sure weíll be bringing up national media prognostications throughout the offseason Delano Hill Jersey Green , so this is just the start. Will anyone dare pick a terrible season for the Seahawks again? Youíre all on notice.4 familiar Seahawk faces who could be surprising cuts Every preseason brings its share of surprising cuts. Last-minute transactions by other teams have a ripple effect, or the way a player practices elevates his standing in ways we donít observe, or the team is thinking ahead to 2019 and beyond, when the fan is thinking of the immediate future.Four young and returning Seattle Seahawks, who are penciled in to the final 53 by many, grounded in feelings of familiarity and unrealized potential, are featured here today as possible camp casualties. Not for injury reasons, either. Just for on-field performance reasons. Amara DarbohOne camp ago. Darboh was the highly touted, highly drafted Michigan product who was going to provide size (6-2, 215) and reasonable WR speed (4.45) to the Seahawks pass offense.One camp later, heís hanging around with eight career catches for 71 yards and a hip issue thatís kept him out of some practices. With several expensive players on the roster, the Seahawks need players on their rookie contract to produce. Bargains such as the 2013 version of Doug Baldwin ($561k), Russell Wilson ($682k) and Byron Maxwell ($583k) would be useful. Yes, there were more Seahawks who outplayed their deals en route to Super Bowl XLVIII. But you get the picture.Of course, the other career path for Darboh would be to break out in his sophomore season, like so many receivers before him. Randall Cobb went 25-375-1 his rookie year, then exploded for 80 catches and eight TDs. Antonio Brown had all of 16 receptions in nine games his rookie year, then hit 69-1108-2 his second season. Closer to home, Golden Tate rose from 21 catches his first season to 99 in his fifth.There are paths to stardom that begin with humble steps. But those same steps are more often the ones away from stardom.Austin DavisAlex McGough, the seventh-round draft pick, didnít give observers much reason to celebrate in his first live pro performance. Davis Ethan Pocic Jersey Green , a veteran whoís already won the backup job here once, has started 10 career games and hasnít completely shat the bed, with 13 TDs to 12 interceptions and a completion rate north of 60 percent. So why might the Seahawks go with the far more unproven option?The cap savings of a rookie seventh-rounder over Davis would be $205,000. Itís negligible but weíve seen the Seahawks take small cap savings where they can get them, a la Nolan Frese over Clint Gresham in 2016, a move that saved $395,000 at the time (but didnít pan out the way the team e

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