The Seattle Seahawks might have an unbeaten record, but their ability to stop opposing passing attacks from gaining considerable yardage has been a glaring weakness through Week 4. This is an area they will need to sure up in order to make a Super Bowl run and someone like Mike Hughes could definitely help if healthy.
Pete Carroll’s side is ranked dead-last in passing yards allowed per game. This might be down to the fact that teams going up against them are changing the game more often than not. But if the Seahawks want to cope with the likes fo the Green Bay Packers or even the Kansas City Chiefs, then more might be needed to make this possible.
Shaquil Griffin and Quinton Dunbar have more talent than they are showing. The Seahawks will also get better in their secondary once stud safety Jamal Adams returns to the field and the organization might not wish to part with another draft pick after what they gave up to land the safety from the New York Jets.
If this concerning trend continues going forward, then it has the potential to significantly hamper their hopes of lifting the Vince Lombardi Trophy once again. The Minnesota Vikings will be all-too-aware of this and might want the best possible price if Seattle makes a call regarding Hughes’ availability.