Seahawks 6 through 12
Realistically it is way too soon to talk HOF for Metcalf, but he has made such a great start to his career as a Seahawk, he has to be considered as a future HOF possible. With 2,539 yards, 20 TDs and a Pro Bowl appearance in his first two seasons, he and AJ Brown look sure to be the next great WRs for the next 5 seasons at least. Brown has 2,342 yards, 21 TDs and a Pro Bowl to his credit.
If Metcalf maintained that rate of performance over nine seasons, that would total 11,425 yards and 88 TDs which would surely earn him at least 5 Pro Bowl appearances. Calvin Johnson was the last WR inducted with 12,082 yards and 86 TDs in his 9-year career.
We can see from this, the level required to be a HOF wide receiver. Keep going D.K, and you will make it to Canton.
7. Shaun Alexander
Alexander has already been unsuccessful several times in making it to the HOF. His career numbers of 11,589 yards and 120 TDs with three Pro Bowl appearances over 9 year career, eight as a Seahawk show why this is.
He has the TDs and length of service/career but falls short on yardage and Pro Bowl appearances. He does have an MVP and an offensive player of the year to his credit but it appears this will still live him just short of a place in Canton. His PFR HOF factor is 63.25.
8. Russell Okung
Okung has PRF HOF factor of 36.55 for his career to date, Okung spent he initial six years of his to date 11 year career is Seattle. With just 1 Super Bowl ring and 2 Pro Bowl appearances to his credit, he is well short of what it takes to reach the HOF as it stands.
Ten years as a Seahawk to date, one Super Bowl ring, one Pro Bowl appearance and stats that read 703 tackles, 7 INTs, 9 funnel recoveries and a PRF HOF factor of 35.4 indicate that whilst Wright is a great Seahawk, he has not done enough to be a Hall of Famer.
10. Doug Baldwin
An UDFA that goes on to have an 8-year career as a Seahawk and make 2 Pro Bowls and record 7,310 scrimmage yards and 55 TDs make Baldwin a Seahawks legend. One thing that stands in his favour in terms of HOF candidacy is that he was a specialist slot receiver. Even so a PRF HOF factor of 31.55 says that Baldwin will not get to wear a golden jacket.
11. Kam Chancellor
You almost wish entire units such as the Legion of Boom could be inducted as one. Chancellor has a PRF HOF factor of 30.45 having made 4 Pro Bowls in his 8-year NFL/Seahawk career in which he recorded 704 tackles, 15 interceptions, 3 fumble recoveries and a TD. He makes the grade tackle-wise but falls short in the other areas.
12. Marcus Trufant
Ten years as a Seahawk, 691 tackles, 22 INTs, 7 fumble recoveries and 3 TDs along with a solitary Pro Bowl appearance means Trufant, like Chancellor, will fall short of Canton but always be fondly remembered in Seattle. A PRF HOF factor of 24.05 is harsh on a great player who had his career coincided with the Legion of Boomers may have earned him greater recognition.
All of this really goes to show just how tough it is to receive the ultimate recognition, but all twelve of these are Seahawks greats and deserve to be recognised as that, any of them that do receive inductions to the NFL Hall of Fame will have thoroughly warranted it.