Stelton: If the Seahawks can’t win without Richard Sherman, they were constructed poorly
Nov 11, 2017, 7:00 AM
Playing without Richard Sherman after his season-ending Achilles injury won’t make the Seahawks any better. But it shouldn’t be a back-breaking loss, either.
That’s what Bob Stelton says, explaining in the video above that the Seahawks have only one player who he believes they wouldn’t be able to win without, and he doesn’t play on defense. In fact, Stelton goes so far as to say that if Seattle ends up finding it difficult to win with Sherman on the sideline, it would be an indication that this year’s team was poorly constructed – not that he thinks that will end up being the case.