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Photo: Getty Images, Stephen Williams celebrates his first preseason touchdown with Richard Sherman.
Big Question: Who will be the Seahawks best WR this season?
The Seahawks are a run first team, and were last in the NFL in passing attempts last season. However, to be a Super Bowl team you need to have balance, and the Seahawks acquired Percy Harvin this offseason to ensure they would be one of the most diverse offenses in the NFL. Coming into the season, Harvin had the best pedigree of any WR the Seahawks had. It was clear to Seahawk fans that Harvin was going to be the best WR that the Seahawks had in the last 10-15 years. With Harvin out for the foreseeable time, another Seahawks WR will need to take Harvin’s crown as the best wide receiver. Who will it be 12th man? Will Sidney Rice play up to his enormous contract? Will Golden Tate or Doug Baldwin take the next step? Can Jermaine Kearse or Stephen Williams extend their great training camps preseason into the regular season?