2013 Team Outlook: Seattle Seahawks
TE Luke Willson, SEA - Deep-league Only
Anthony McCoy has a partially torn Achilles tendon and was waived during the offseason. His absence opens the door for Luke Wilson, a player who possesses a similar skill set and who impressed in rookie camp. Wilson is an outstanding athlete that just needs a little polish. He should open the season as Seattle's no. 2 tight end.
PK Steven Hauschka, SEA - Solid/Safe Pick
Hauschka is accurate on short to medium range kicks, but has had trouble hitting from beyond half (4 for 10 in his career). Seattle's offensive efficiency limits his field goal kicking potential, but he did manage to tie for fifth in the league in extra points made last season.
Seattle Defense - Stud (low risk)
Seattle held opponents to a league-low 15.7 points per game last season and will field a 2013 squad buoyed by the additions of Cliff Avril and Antoine Winfield. Provided there are no more PED suspensions looming, the Seahawks D deserves top billing.