As the Seattle Seahawks enter the 2012 season, the starting quarterback position is far from set in stone.
Incumbent Tarvaris Jackson, rookie Russell Wilson and newly-acquired Matt Flynn will all be dueling for a spot when training camp opens.
With head coach Pete Carroll not giving away any hints into the competition, they each seem to have an equal chance of claiming the starting gig.
Each of the candidates will show pros and cons in their performances. The Seahawks will need to decide who will lead their team forward in 2012.
Jackson will enter training camp as the starter, according to John Clayton on SportsCenter.
Wilson had a very strong rookie camp and impressed coaches with his handle on the offense. Flynn has showed flashes, but simply could not distance himself from the other two. Jackson finished the season last year as the starter and his performance earned him the starting role going into camp.
Here is a breakdown of each contender for the starting quarterback position.