Seahawks All-Offense: The Greatest of All Time

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Seahawks All-Offense: The Greatest of All Time

Before we get started, let me say that this is my list of the greatest Seahawks to ever play offense. I will try not to be biased based on my age and who I grew up watching. Many of these decisions were very tough to make, particularly at running back and full back.

The Seahawks were inaugurated in 1976 and with the likes of Jim Zorn, Steve Largent and Sherman Smith, the Seahawks were able to entertain, but never finished better than 9-7 in their first seven seasons.

It was in 1983 when the Seahawks truly captured the hearts of their fans. Finishing the regular season with a 9-7 record, the Seahawks made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history.

Led by Largent and the fresh legs of newcomer Curt Warner, the Seahawks just missed their first Super Bowl, falling short to the Raiders 30-14 in the AFC Championship.

This captured a feeling in Seattle that would never be forgotten. It would put Seattle on the map as a place talented free agents would want to come. It would eventually lead Seattle to Mike Holmgren and Matt Hasselbeck and...a trip to the Super Bowl.

These are the greatest offensive players in Seahawks history.

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