Seattle Seahawks Need a Running Back

Kyle MooreContributor IApril 2, 2009

EAST LANSING, MI - SEPTEMBER 15:  Javon Ringer #23 of the Michigan State Spartans tries to  break free from Aaron Berry #17 of the Pittsburgh Panthers during the fourth quarter at Spartan Stadium on September 15, 2007 in East Lansing, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Panthers 17-13.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Seattle needs running game, period.

Forget Wells and Moreno; they are too slow.

I think Seattle needs a running back like Javon Ringer. He's fast, flexible, and has power.

I think he's the most underrated running back in this year draft. The only problem is he is 5'9" and 202 pounds, but look, he is that small and bench pressing 23 times. I think that's real tight.

Seattle has Jones and Duckett. Jones can barely take a hit. I think we should keep Duckett because we can use him at fullback or running back for goal line sets.

Seattle should get Javon because he breaks tackles, has good hands, and never gives up on a play.

I think everybody will like him because he never complains about anything. Like when he got hit by Georgia, he never complained about anything. He just got back up and played his game. The one thing that will be good is that he has a lot of heart.

Seattle could use him on their screen plays and everything.

If we do get him and he's real good, I think he will break Shaun's record.

Another problem is that we don't know if he can stay healthy, but another good side he can play injured. He played five games with a torn meniscus.

That's all I'm out; I hope you agree with me.

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