With the Seahawks struggling of late, let's take a break to look forward to the 2011 draft.
That pesky injury bug has set up camp in Seattle for yet another year and has the Seahawks looking squalid and nearly helpless.
They've recently lost DE Red Bryant and G Ben Hamilton for the season. Bryant's loss leaves the defense leaderless.
DT Colin Cole and WR Golden Tate were injured in Oakland two weeks ago and aren't expected to be seeing game time for a few more weeks.
Hasselbeck sat out with a concussion last weekend, handing the reigns to beginner Charlie Whitehurst.
Russell Okung, Seattle's would-be savior at LT, has been healthy enough for just one full-length game this season and last weekend his backup, Tyler Polumbus, was out with a knee injury.
Others, such as WR Mike Williams, CBs Marcus Trufant and Kelly Jennings, and DE Chris Clemons, are playing through recent injuries.
The Seahawks are a mess.
With Carroll's penchant for roster switches, who knows how the team will look next spring. But, we can bet he's got his eye on a few players for the 2011 draft.