Thursday Round-Up: ESPN Predicts MVPs For Each Division

Who will be the MVP of the NFC West division in 2017? ESPN NFL Nation reporters made their picks.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, July 13 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Who Will Be The NFC West MVP? 

ESPN NFL Nation reporters continued their offseason discussion panel by looking at which player in the NFC West will be the division MVP in 2017. 

Surprisingly, the four votes were evenly split between Arizona's All-Pro running back David Johnson and Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson. The two reporters who voted for Wilson (Nick Wagoner and Sheil Kapadia) believe Wilson remains the division's most valuable player and could put up big numbers next season with the weapons the Seahawks have on offense at his disposal:

From Wagoner: 

Wilson is still the best quarterback in the division and one of the biggest reasons the Seahawks remain the favorites to win the NFC West again. Last year was Wilson's first chance to play a full season in which the offense centered on him and, though injuries prevented him from being as good as he was over the final part of the 2015 season, he still proved capable of guiding Seattle to the postseason.

From Kapadia:

With Doug Baldwin, Jimmy Graham, Tyler Lockett and C.J. Prosise, this could end up being the best group of pass-catching weapons that Wilson has ever had. Assuming his health holds, look for him to get back to his 2015 form.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter, who shared this cool video of Wilson meeting his daughter, Dylan, at the 2017 ESPYs yesterday: 

More From Around The Web 

Scott Engel of previewed the quarterback position for the upcoming 2017 fantasy football season. 

Seahawks Legend Kenny Easley reflected on the moment he discovered he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 

Finally, Seahawks Tylor Harris and Rees Odhiambo took a trip to Anchorage, AK to visit the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson military facility. 

Seahawks defensive end Tylor Harris was a guest speaker at the 12th Annual Celebration of Youth Luncheon in downtown Bellevue. 

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