Has Alex Gibbs ever failed? It sure doesn't seem like it. The legendary line coach and primary innovator of zone blocking is reportedly Seattle bound, and bringing a truck load of cut blocks with him. Fear for your knees, NFC West, the sloppy pseudo-zone blocking attempted by Greg Knapp and Mike Solari is about to be fixed, finished and fully operational.
Gibbs loves athletic linemen. Seattle has the foundation of a very good line, but could use an upgrade at left tackle, where Sean Locklear is a bad mix of injury prone, low effort and unproven. Gibbs might attempt to reclaim Locklear, but I think it's much more likely that Seattle targets a prototypical Gibbs player. At the confluence of Pete Carroll and Alex Gibbs is Charles Brown.
Peanuts is a lean former tight end that oozes athleticism but lacks size, strength at the point and technique. He shot up mock draft boards, because..well I don't know. He's unfinished and thin. Defensive end prospects will tear his guts out over the next few weeks. He's a lump of clay, a slab of marble, a canvas awaiting the hands of a master.