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Picks: Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner, Russell Wilson, Robert Turbin, Jaye Howard, Korey Toomer, Jeremy Lane, Winston Guy, J.R. Sweezy and Greg Scruggs
The Seattle Seahawks are facing a tough decision with Russell Wilson. He's going through the typical rookie growing pains, but those issues might start to cost Seattle wins. They possess the defense and running game to make a run at the playoffs. However, Wilson isn't really playing at that level.
His biggest issue is his tendency to force the ball into coverage. This has resulted in Wilson throwing six interceptions on the season. If he continues turning the ball over, the Seahawks may give Matt Flynn a shot.
It's also important to note that several of Wilson's interceptions have come off tipped balls. His limited height makes this a long-term concern.
Seattle continued its strange use of Robert Turbin against the Carolina Panthers. He showed in the first couple games that he possesses the quickness to make an impact. That quickness makes him a perfect complement to Marshawn Lynch.
However, the Seahawks aren't committed to working him into the offensive game plan.
Bruce Irvin is quickly becoming one of the more feared pass-rushers in the league. His combination of quickness and use of leverage allows him to use several pass-rush moves. Irvin's two sacks against the Carolina Panthers gives him a total of 4.5 for the season.
It's also important to note his ability to generate turnovers. He has a good feel for the football and knows when to go for the strip. His forced fumble against Carolina, recovered by Seattle, sealed the victory.
Bobby Wagner is proving to be a real difference-maker for the Seahawks. His ability to make plays sideline to sideline is impressive. This past weekend he showed off his blitz timing by recording 1.5 sacks against the Panthers.