What should the Seahawks do with Matt Flynn this offseason?
A case can easily made that no team in the NFL had more of an up and down season last year then the Seattle Seahawks. Starting the year 4-4 (and some would say 3-5 after the “Fail Mary” against Green Bay), rallying to finish 11-5, toppling Washington and Robert Griffin’s knee in the playoffs and advancing all the way to the NFC Divisional Playoff against Atlanta, where they rallied from 20 points down after three quarters only to lose on a last second field goal. With a season like that, the offseason should be easy, right?
The Seahawks already have the keys in place at most positions. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch are ready as ever, the entire offensive line returns, and nine of eleven defensive starters are under contract.
Priority #1: Retain Kam Chancellor and Golden Tate
Seattle comes into the offseason $13 million under the cap, though general manager John Schneider is not expected to go on any spending sprees. ...