NFL Mock Draft 2012: Seahawks Focus Should Be Quarterback, Wide Receiver And Corner

Not that you didn't already know this but the Seattle Seahawks need to think about the quarterback position, be it in the 2012 NFL Draft or in some other way.

The NFL Network's Jamie Dukes went through the first round to determine what needs each team would best be served to fill. When it came to Seattle, he came to a familiar conclusion.

Pied Piper Pete Carroll picked a pair of pickled quarterbacks. Though Tarvaris Jackson and Charlie Whitehurst haven't been awful, their games have worms. See the above comments on serviceable quarterbacks. Jamie's Judgment: Find a franchise quarterback, wide receiver or cornerback.

You'd be hard-pressed to find a mock draft out there that doesn't already have the Seahawks taking a quarterback here. With Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III likely out of reach, guys like Arkansas' Tyler Wilson and Tenn-Chatanooga's B.J. Coleman have started to come up.

For all news and information regarding the Seattle Seahawks, please visit Field Gulls. For lots more mock draft coverage, head on over to Mocking the Draft.

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