NFL Power Rankings 2020 : It is not surprising that the Seattle Seahawks have made it into the top 10 of the NFL.com’s latest power rankings.
Since the draft Seattle has climbed four spots up to No. 9 in Around the NFL Writer Dan Hanzus’ most recent edition.
“Yes, it cost a ton in draft capital and a solid starter in Bradley McDougald, but how could you take issue with GM John Schneider for any trade that brings a player at the level of Jamal Adams?” Hanzus writes. “The former Jets All-Pro is a game-changer at safety, and you imagine the Seahawks and defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. will find a way to make Adams a centerpiece of their defense – even if Gregg Williams has his doubts.”
“Is Adams the ‘missing piece’ for the Seahawks, the guy who puts them over the top and sends them back to the Super Bowl?” Hanzus continues. “Time will tell, but this was a worthwhile gamble for a team that’s telling us 11-5 and a playoff win is no longer enough.”
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) August 21, 2020
Seahawks for the Super Bowl
The Seahawks have made it clear they are all in this season and it’s Super Bowl or bust for Seattle.
Let’s not forget The loss of Josh Gordon to suspension and Jaron Brown to a knee injury sapped them of two veterans, and Malik Turner’s concussion looks likely to keep him out for the second week in a row, according to Pete Carroll.
“He’s recovering from concussion syndrome stuff,” Carroll said on Monday. “He’s got to make it back. I can’t tell you that he’s fully back yet.”