Seahawks all-time dream team offense by position
By Lee Vowell
If the Seahawks were going to have a dream team on offense made up from players in the franchises’s history, this would be the best group.
For most of the last decade, the Seahawks have been built on great defense with very good quarterback play and the smattering of productive running backs. But forget what you have seen for the last decade. The 2000s saw a great Seattle offense. So there are plenty of excellent Seahawks to make up a dream team on offense.
The current Seattle roster boast one of the best players at his position in Seattle history. And a couple of other players from this decade are also on the team, one that I had tough decision about. And who knows? If I write this same article in five seasons maybe a player like Tyler Lockett or Chris Carson make the dream team?
Of course, successful teams equal great players, so if you feel I am being heavy handed towards certain eras than others there is a reason for it. Namely, the reason an era was better than others was because that era had better players. Makes sense, right?
Also, Seattle has had the good fortune of having a number of very good running backs so finding the one tailback to have on the dream team will probably spark some debate. (Feel free to Tweet @ me on Twitter if you feel I am an idiot. I won’t be offended.)
So, without further to do, here are the players that make up the all-time dream team Seahawks offense.