Pete Carroll has said he wants to win with solid defense and a strong run game. He claims to want a game manager under center to control the pace of the game but not command center stage.
They did just that in a win over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 10.
Carroll undoubtedly recognizes that the teams making it to, and winning the Super Bowl, have a proficient quarterback that can carry their team.
He had a bit of tangible evidence against Baltimore.
Despite turnovers giving the Seahawks several short fields, they settled for five field goals. The team needs an upgrade at quarterback if they hope to do more than just make the playoffs.
Until Carroll is able to find that player, he will continue to say Tarvaris Jackson will work within their system. But rest assured, as soon as Carroll and John Schneider can find a star quarterback, they will be making a change.
Here are a dozen possibilities they could be considering for April.