The Seattle Seahawks are a fortunate team for many reasons. One of the main reasons is the fact that they have a rising third-year, championship-winning quarterback that they're only paying about $600,000 a year.
Russell Wilson is inarguably one of the most impressive quarterbacks of this generation and has been an undeniable part of Seattle's success over the past two seasons. He lives out the "not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog" adage in most every game, proving that Drew Brees isn't the only sub-6' quarterback who can ball out.
After Wilson on the depth chart comes a trio of good-but-not-great quarterbacks led by the newly acquired Terrelle Pryor. Some might argue that the backup role solely belongs to Tarvaris Jackson, but Pryor's shown enough in the past that he'll be allowed to compete for the job.
The team's fourth-string quarterback, B.J. Daniels, is essentially irrelevant, though we've never seen him play a down of football, so who knows what he could do? It doesn't really matter, though, as Wilson is the undisputed starter in Seattle.