The Seattle Seahawks' roster is bulging with talent. It's hard to find holes in the team's starting lineups, as both the offensive and defensive units are pretty together, though there are some question marks along the offensive line and receiving corps.
But where do the Seahawks players rank amongst each other? There are a few things to consider when making a list like this, but the most important thing is the impact these players make on the team's success.
We've all seen players who don't put up gaudy numbers yet still make a big impact. It's the impact that's most important. That being said, numbers are important—but most of these guys aren't lacking in stats anyways.
Another part of the criteria is their potential impact and their outlook for the 2014 season. Are they facing any competition at their position? Are they healthy? Are they not healthy? These are all things that were considered when compiling this list, as well as what kind of cars they drive. (Of course, I'm kidding—though Malcolm Smith may have jumped up an extra few spots if that was apart of the grading system.)