Despite offensive line being an immediate need, the Seattle Seahawks did not draft an offensive linemen in rounds 2 or 3 of the 2015 NFL Draft. As I suspected, this is because they like the depth of this 2015 class at that position group. The ‘Hawks took Terry Poole and Mark Glowinski with the No. 130 and No. 134 picks.
Here is my rapid reaction, but reading reaction in 140 characters is easier isn’t it? Here are the best tweets in reaction to the Seahawks’ fourth round selections.
Terry Poole and Mark Glowinski: The Emotional Reactions
Is this a bit superficial? ABSOLUTELY NOT. Centers with beards are better, it’s a proven fact.
If that isn’t the most coordinated offensive lineman I’ve ever seen, I don’t know who is.
I don’t know if offensive linemen should that as a compliment, or as an insult.
Terry Poole and Mark Glowinski: The Immediate Interviews
Well duh! Lynch is pretty much blocks for himself. His stiff arm basically works as a sixth offensive linemen.
Well that worked out well. You’ll have a signing bonus to get yourself something nice.
Terry Poole and Mark Glowinski: The Analysis
SPARQy is hands-down the best measurable I’ve ever heard. This needs to blow up.
In all seriousness, I hope so. Every position on this team is set, for the short-term at least, except for O-line. On paper, this is one of the worst groups I’ve seen. Hopefully Glowinski and Poole can contribute soon and PC/JS add a couple veterans.
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