Seattle Seahawks: The Roster, Ranked (#34-#15)

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Sep 3, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) celebrates after scoring a touchdown on a pass reception during the first quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

(19) Fred Jackson, RB – Seattle traded in a 2012 Honda Civic nicknamed ‘Turbo’ for a 2007 Accord. On the surface it may seem like an even swap, but the Accord – though older – does everything the Civic could, only smoother, better, and more reliably. Jackson is the perfect role player, excelling in pass protection and receiving out of backfield. Marshawn Lynch’s “big brother” from their days in Buffalo should fit like a glove in this tough-minded offense.

(18) Tyler Lockett, WR – Haven’t been this excited about punt returns since the glory days of Bobby Jo Edmonds. Another workaholic that will maximize his impressive natural ability.

(17) Jordan Hill, DT – Still struggles vs. the run a bit, but provides critically important inside pass rush in nickel. Still improving, arrow pointing up.

(16) Steven Hauschka, K – Hey, he’s really good, right? He deserves this spot. In a league where most games are tight, a clutch kicker is vital.

(15) Bruce Irvin, OLB – Took to coaching and has done everything the team asked from the moment he was drafted. Has come a long way since 2012 both on the field and off and deserves a lot of credit for pushing through adversity in both worlds. Positioning himself for a nice payday in 2016. Somewhere.

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