Through good years and bad the Seahawks have had some pretty good, if not great, quarterbacks. Tell us who you think is tops.

Jim Zorn (shown as a Seahawks coach in 2005) 1976 - 1984

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Seattle's first quarterback, Zorn led the team from its inception in 1976 through 1984. His best statistical year came in 1979, when he threw for 3,661 passing yards, 20 touchdowns and led the Seahawks to a 9-7 season.

Dave Kreig 1980 - 1991

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He spent 12 of his 19 NFL seasons with the Seahawks, finishing his time in Seattle with 26,132 passing yards, 195 touchdowns and a 58.6 completion percentage. He retired after 1998, having played for five different teams after leaving Seattle before the 1992 season.

Matt Hasselbeck 2001 - 2010

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Hasselbeck was the only quarterback to take the Seahawks to the Super Bowl as the team went 13-3 in 2005. He was a fixture in Seattle for 10 years.

Warren Moon 1997 - 1998

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Although at the end of his career, Moon put up good numbers for the Seahawks at the end of his career, making the Pro Bowl after the '97 season.

Russell Wilson 2012 - Present

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With a breakout rookie season that saw him lead the Seahawks to the playoffs, break NFL records, and be named to the Pro Bowl, Russell Wilson has a tremendous potential. Could he become the greatest Seahawks quarterback of all time?

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