There's a strong chance the Seahawks will be without Quinton Dunbar this year, who before Saturday was the biggest addition of their offseason. While this likely thrusts Tre Flowers back into the starting lineup, this isn't necessarily a bad thing.
People have been trying anything and everything to kill time during quarantine, including the creation of a brand new football statistic to quantify the value of NFL running backs. As a result, the Seahawks have two of the top 10 contributors sharing one backfield.
This iteration of the Seahawks has never had to go to battle without their superstar quarterback, but common sense would indicate disaster if Russell Wilson missed significant time. How would things look with either of the other two rostered quarterbacks under center in 2020?
Continuing to reveal the top five Seahawks heading into the 2020 season, the NFL's most efficient receiver will look to take yet another step towards the NFL's elite and a strong bounce back season from a veteran tackle will be crucial to the team's title aspirations.