The key to winning in today's NFL is landing a franchise QB. So many teams continue to struggle because they never seem to land "their guy" either through the draft or free agency. But the Seahawks seem to have realized the importance of this singular position and continued to through guys at the wall until one stuck. Bravo!
(Just an FYI - big "secondary" fan of your team especially since Warren Moon suited up for you guys.)
So before I go spouting off this "Seattle's method of landing a franchise QB", I want to get the details straight (w/o putting in hours of digging through rosters and trade details).
What I know:
drafted Wilson in the 3rd round; signed Flynn in FA; T. Jackson in FA; some young backup dude from San Diego that didn't last long; released Hasselbeck.
Am I missing any others? Mostly I'm interested in what was shelled out for each player and how long they lasted before being cut, traded, or when Wilson emerged as "the guy."