The article would go on to mention that Lock had "appeared to be the better quarterback in the scrimmage." Neither option is genuinely going to affect the skill positions in Seattle positively, but it would be nice to know the starter for late-round 3-QB builds on Underdog and deep Superflex leagues. Lock is the better option to potentially offer DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett a little more upside.
The Seattle Seahawks may be without possible future Hall of Famer Russell Wilson, but at least they will offer whoever wins this putrid quarterback competition one of the best young wide receivers in the game. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett will reprieve their tag team role at least one more time, but it's unclear if there will be another viable pass-game option after the duo and, possibly, Noah Fant.