Time will tell but I agree the Broncos made an idiotic trade considering what was given up. I used to think Wilson may be the very rare Black QB who plays well into his mid to late 30s (Warren Moon is still the only one) but I'm not so sure after watching him last season as he already looked to be declining. He'll turn 34 during the '22 season and if his running ability and elusiveness declines he's just an average to above average quarterback. Also, the Broncos rave about their receivers but they're still unproven. Jerry Jeudy was supposedly the "most NFL ready" receiver in the '20 draft and he's been a bust so far. In fact, that happens a lot with players given the "most NFL ready" tag going into drafts. Will the Seahawks give Lock a legit chance to start or will he continue to be passed over in favor of Black mediocrities as happened last year in Denver?