15. Jermaine Kearse
Jermaine Kearse is an enigma wrapped in a riddle and…Oh, well you know the rest. Plus, Kearse isn’t on this list because he was uber-talented or put up incredible numbers. He was solid but not great. Still, it was what Kearse did in big moments that sets him apart from most other receivers in Seattle history.
Kearse currently ranks 16th in Seahawks history in receiving yards (2,109), 27th in catches (153) and 26th in touchdown catches (11). But these are all regular season numbers. In the playoffs, Kearse was really good.
Heck, even in the NFC Championship game for the 2014 season where he basically created three interceptions for Russell Wilson, Kearse still managed to be at the end of the most important play of the game – a 35-yard touchdown pass in overtime to win the game.
In 12 postseason games for the Seahawks, Kearse had 31 catches for 493 yards and 6 touchdowns. Twice he went over 100 yards receiving. In Seattle’s Super Bowl victory over the Broncos, Kearse caught 4 of his 5 targets for 65 yards and a touchdown.
Kearse isn’t on this list because he was the best receiver in Seattle lore; He is simply one of the best postseason wide receivers the Seahawks have ever had.