The Seahawks gave a much better effort than we saw in the last couple of weeks, but the result was predictable, and a horribly disappointing season now morphs into what figures to be a tumultuous offseason. Who will be the new general manager? Will coach Jim Mora be back? If he is, will his coordinators be? Which players will stay and which will go? And who will arrive to help turn this team back into a winner? Before we start looking forward, letÆs take a look at what we learned over the course of this 5-11 season and from the season-ending, 17-13 loss to Tennessee. The things we learned Sunday: where the Seahawks will draft and whom they will play in 2010. The Seahawks turned out to be the worst 5-11 team, so they pick ahead of Cleveland and Oakland (how bad is that?) at No. 6. They als ...
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