It might be a little early to start calling Seattle Seahawk's General Manager, John Schneider's seat hot, but it's heating up.
With the Seahawk's season not going very well, currently 2-6, and their free agent offseason acquisitions going even worse, a few of Schneider's decisions are starting to become a little questionable.
Some have questioned the Pete Carroll hire but, with Carroll having little to work with, it's tough to see what he can do, at least so far.
However, deciding to sign free agent quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, with him having very little starting quarterback experience, has proven to be not the best idea.
Furthermore, it seems the Seahawks largely overpaid for free agent wide receiver Sidney Rice, when they gave him a five year $41 million deal.
During the 2011 NFL Draft, the Seahawks admit they strongly considered taking a quarterback, such as a guy like Andy Dalton, but decided against it. It seems now that this would have been a wiser decision.