Monday Round-Up: Seahawks No. 4 In ESPN"s 'QB Confidence Index'

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Monday, February 26 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

ESPN QB Index

As the NFL offseason continues, ESPN's Dan Graziano put together a ranking of NFL teams in order of their current degree of confidence in their overall quarterback situation. The pre-combine list looks at starters, backups and factors in their age, health and more.

The Seahawks' quarterback situation with Russell Wilson and Trevone Boykin (Austin Davis is currently not under contract for next season) ranked fourth in the league behind New England, Philadelphia and Green Bay. Here's why Graziano listed Seattle where they are:

QBs under contract: Russell Wilson, Trevone Boykin

Wilson would have been a legitimate MVP candidate if the Seahawks had been a playoff team. He was, as we've pointed out a few times, the team's leading rusher in 2017 by 346 yards. Wilson has established himself as one of the game's best, which is why the Seahawks rank here in spite of uncertainty at the backup spot. Assuming Wilson doesn't decide to stick in Yankees camp and make a run at the majors, the Seahawks go into 2018 with more confidence in this position than maybe any other.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Wilson, who officially hit spring training in Florida with the New York Yankees today:

More From Around The Web

The Seahawks announced their full coaching staff changes on Friday.

Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin addressed the Washington State Legislature this week in support of Initiative 940.

Finally, Brock Huard of 710 ESPN Seattle outlined five ways he believes the Seahawks can get back into the playoffs next season.

Photos of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson visiting spring training with the New York Yankees.

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