Found November 12, 2011 on Ebony Bird:
Each week, I contact the editor of the FanSided team blog the Ravens are playing that Week.  This week I wrote five questions to Keith Myers, editor of the Seahawks blog 12thManRising.  Read what he has to say about the rivalry and more.1. It’s pretty clear that Tavaris Jackson is not the guy for the Seahawks. Moving forward, who do you think will be the next franchise quarterback for the Seahawks? Will it be through the draft, a trade, or free agency?That has been the million dollar question in Seattle for a couple seasons now; even more so since Matt Hasselbeck wasn’t re-signed. I can’t imagine the Seahawks would go after a free agent, or trade for someone’s backup. Unless the Rams or Colts draft Andrew Luck and decide to trade Bradford or Peyton Manning, it seems pretty obvious that the Seahawks will be drafting a QB.As for who they’ll draft, that depends greatly on where they end up in terms of the Draft order. Luck seems out of reach, so one of the other trio of first round QB’...
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