As the Seattle Seahawks move towards the finish of the preseason, they will need to organize their depth chart.
That starts with the quarterback position.
Currently there is a three-man race between the incumbent starter Tarvaris Jackson, rookie Russell Wilson and recently-signed Matt Flynn.
Flynn has started both of the preseason games so far as Wilson’s snaps have only been during the second half. Jackson has not gotten any time during the preseason and may be moving closer to punching his ticket out of Seattle.
Flynn has shown glimpses, whereas Wilson has truly impressed during his limited snaps throughout the preseason. Jackson has struggled in practice, even though he has been with the first team.
All three quarterbacks have a remote chance of starting under center when the Hawks match up with the Cardinals during Week 1.
Here are the chances of each quarterback grabbing the starting gig.