The Seahawks finished the 2012 season as one of the NFL's hottest teams. With budding superstar Russell Wilson at quarterback, beast mode rusher Marshawn Lynch at running back, and a secondary boasting some of the best young talent in Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor, the Seahawks have quite a bit going for them heading into the 2013 offseason.
The Seahawks also lost underrated defensive coordinator Gus Bradley to the Jacksonville Jaguars head coaching position, but they moved quickly to sign Dan Quinn, a Bradley disciple of sorts. The Seahawks were also fortunate to retain offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, so the continuity is in place for Wilson to continue his ascent into the NFL's elite quarterback club.
Even though the Seahawks seem to be headed into the offseason with fewer questions than most teams, there's still plenty of room for improvement on a team looking to make a push from contender to actual Super Bowl champion.
So what questions do the Seahawks have to answer before the start of the 2013 regular season? Does the defense need more attention, or is it the offense that will need to be addressed first?