By Michael Beller
August 01, 2013
Russell Wilson threw for 3,118 yards, 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions last season for Seattle.
Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images

Longtime Seahawk Leroy Hill is gone, with Malcom Smith taking his place at weak-side linebacker. Bobby Wagner had a huge rookie year in the middle, racking up 140 tackles and three interceptions. All the way around, this is an elite defense. While I strongly suggest waiting until the final stages of a draft to grab a defense, if you think the opposite way make the Seahawks your first target.

You May Like