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February 6, 2015 at 8:02 PM

Looking ahead to next year for the Seahawks — plus, what is your top concern?

In case you missed any of it, we did something of a season wrapup package for the paper today, including my position-by-position look at the Seahawks entering the off-season.

I’ll do some more detailed position overviews as the off-season progresses, and as things change — and things always do change in the NFL.

But the overriding theme of my piece is that there’s no reason last Sunday has to mark a downturn in the team’s fortunes. Every team every year is different, and there are no guarantees about anything. Seattle has played 38 pretty intense football games since Sept. 2013, and the Seahawks are showing some physical wear and tear — that might be the most concerning aspect right now of anything.

But the roster remains well set up to make another run at it in 2015. Who is better right now, in either conference?

Below, you can tell us what you think is Seattle’s biggest area of concern heading into 2015:

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