Redrafting Seattle Seahawks' Entire 2012 Draft After First Half of NFL Season

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Redrafting Seattle Seahawks' Entire 2012 Draft After First Half of NFL Season
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The Seattle Seahawks' 2012 NFL draft was so bad that the only team to have a worse weekend was the Oakland Raiders. It was upgraded to a "D" simply because they made a pair of trades to pick up extra draft picks to waste on other players.

Bruce Irvin was the worst first-round pick in recent memory and Russell Wilson was the absolute worst pick of the draft.

Stop me at any time when these comments have sufficiently jogged your memory of what many of the analysts were saying at the end of April.

There are reasons why some analysts share their opinions in the media instead of with NFL head coaches and general managers, and an even better reason why Pete Carroll and John Schneider don't care what anyone else says about their decisions.

I provided live coverage of the draft for the NFC West, offering grades and analysis for every pick. I was just a bit more appreciative of the draft picks than the average analyst.

Now that the Seahawks have started the second half of the 2012 season, it is time to revisit the grades and selections for every draft pick. I'll also offer a hindsight selection for each pick.

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