The Seattle Seahawks are currently around the 19th most valuable NFL share on SimBull out of 32 NFL teams. The Seahawks are also a franchise that has been a winning team for the last 9 seasons and still have all of their core pieces in place.
The fact that as of 5/27 the Seahawks hold less value than teams the likes of the Bengals, Lions, and Football Team is mind-boggling considering the consistent success of the Seahawks.
This off-season they lost Shaquill Griffin and Jarran Reed. The rest of the roster, however, for the most part, is nearly the same and they’ve also made additions bringing in Gabe Jackson, Kerry Hyder, and Gerald Everett.
The roster looks just as good as last year, a year in which they went 12-4 and tied for the 4th best record in the entire league. The foundation of a good culture through Pete Carroll as well as franchise quarterback Russell Wilson will be able to carry Seattle to a great record again in 2021.
On SimBull the Seahawks currently have the 4th lowest cost per win in 2020 and unlike the 3 teams with better values based on 2020 (Saints, Steelers, Packers), the Seahawks still have just as good a roster and don’t have a legitimate threat of losing their QB.
There is absolutely no reason for the Seahawks not to be just as good in 2021 as they’ve been in past years and that would put them on track to easily grow on the market with how they’re valued right now.
The Seahawks are sure to finish better than the 19th best team in the league next year and with McVay’s disciple, Shane Waldron as the new offensive coordinator, the Seahawks have a lot of potential.
Not only are the Seahawks one of the safest buys out there but there is also a great bit of upside making the Seahawks the best buy on SimBull.
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