If any team within the NFC West is going to give the Rams the most trouble in 2019, it’s going to be the Seattle Seahawks.
One year after missing the playoffs for the first time during the Russell Wilson era in 2017, Seattle bounced back strong last season by earning one of the Wild Card spots in the NFC.
Losing to the Dallas Cowboys the way they did was a tough pill to swallow for the Seahawks, but the good news is this team is built strong enough to continue being a top contender once again this upcoming season.
Seattle already came up big in the trade department recently after acquiring Jadeveon Clowney from the Houston Texans, but just imagine how much more of a threat this Seahawks team would become if Brown were to become part of the picture.
Wilson has a history of always seeming to play at a MVP level, and just the thought of the star quarterback having Brown as a new favorite target to work would send a message to the rest of the NFC, especially to the Rams.
Long shot or not, Seattle is always one of those teams that should never be ruled out for a situation like this involving Brown, and the chances of Los Angeles finishing on top of the division for a third year in a row would easily become that much more difficult.