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Why the Seahawks receivers will excel in 2021

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Nov 1, 2020; Seattle, Washington, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) and wide receiver DK Metcalf (14) return to the locker room following a 37-27 victory against the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

November 1, 2020; Seattle, Washington, USA; Seattle Seahawks broad receiver Tyler Lockett, 16, and broad receiver DK Metcalf, 14, return to the locker room after a 37:27 win over the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse and ground game. So far I’ve looked at the Seahawks O-Line, quarterback

, in previous plays. In this post, I’ll analyze how good the current group of Seahawk receivers are, and how they can be an integral part of another successful season for Seattle in 2021.

Similar to the floor game, I developed my own formula for the calculation,how good the receivers are for each of the 32 NFL teams and where the Seahawks are currently ranking from.

To do this, I considered Broad Recipients, Tight Ends, and Receiving Backs to find the top 6 recipients on each roster.

How we compare the Seahawks receivers to others PFF.com Again, I don’t want to bore you with the entire formula, but again this leads heavily to my own ratings from players and as a test of the senses to those of

. That way I can then assess the level required to both reach the playoffs and reach the final stages of the playoffs.

I want to emphasize that this is very much aimed at the recipients who are removed from external factors such as: B.how good the QB and offensive line is in each team.

I included the offensive line in my ground clearance calculations, but that was because there is a much greater correlation between a good offensive line and good ground clearance than when it comes to how good a receiver is.

Preamble ready, so let’s get down to business.

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