9-7, 2nd in division.
Without Michael Bennett or Cliff Avril, the Seahawks are going to need Clark to generate a lot of their pass rush. This goes double if Dion Jordan can’t get healthy.
Wilson has helped the team reach two Super Bowls, and he consistently finds himself in the conversation whenever league MVP candidates are being discussed. Wilson can’t try to do too much, though, and he needs a running game to take off some of the pressure.
If Earl Thomas isn’t back there – and it’s looking as if he will not be – it falls to Thompson to shore up the back end of the Seahawks defense.
He is healthy again and seems to have regained the step he lost while recuperating from injury last season.