The Seattle Seahawks are going for the Super Bowl.
Whether they actually get to go remains to be seen but following last week's free-agent frenzy, the 'Hawks made it clear that they aren't content with four All-Pros, two Rookie of the Year contenders and 10 draft picks.
With each passing day, the front office, led by general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll, made one move after another to help reshape the team's roster. The team added receiver Percy Harvin via a trade with Minnesota, as well as defensive linemen Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett through free agency.
With the dust settling on the first week of free agency, how do these changes affect the team we will see on the field next season?
While it's safe to say that most of the starting lineup will stay intact, the new moves should change a few things, at least on paper.
So, without further ado, here's my projected starting lineup post-Week 1 of free agency.