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Making Passes

Published by Steve Campion. Category: Sports & Recreation
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Matt Hasselbeck led the Seahawks to their first Super Bowl appearance is ranked first on the all-time team passing yardage list, but he’s actually behind two other former Seattle quarterbacks on the all-time NFL list.  At the conclusion of the 2015, Hasselbeck is 22nd on the NFL career passing yards list. Dave Krieg is 19th, and Warren Moon — a former Washington Husky, too — is 7th all-time. Moon’s career NFL total was 49,325 yards. That doesn’t even count his six years playing in the Canadian Football League!

Russell Wilson, our current starting quarterback (and the first Super Bowl winner as a Seahawk), has reached the #4 position on this team list.  He’s the only active player listed and is sure to add more yardage.

ALL-TIME SEATTLE SEAHAWKS PASSING YARDS LEADERS
Updated at the end of the 2015 season.

Rank Quarterback Years in
Seattle
Passing Yards
as a Seahawk
Career Total
1. Matt Hasselbeck 2001-10 29,434 36,638
2. Dave Krieg 1980-91 26,132 38,147
3. Jim Zorn 1976-84 20,122 21,115
4. Russell Wilson 2012-15 13,974* 13,974*
5. Rick Mirer 1993-96 9,094 11,969
6. Jon Kitna 1997-2000 7,552 29,745
7. Warren Moon 1997-98 5,310 49,325
8. Seneca Wallace 2005-09 3,547 4,947
9. Tarvaris Jackson 2011-15 3,279 7,263
10. John Friesz 1995-98 2,971 8,699
11. Trent Dilfer 2001-04 2,560 20,518
12. Kelly Stouffer 1988-92 2,333 2,333
13. Jeff Kemp 1987-91 1,735 6,230
14. Stan Gelbaugh 1992-96 1,426 2,100
15. Steve Myer 1977-79 851 851

*An asterisk (*) means the player is still active and his career numbers will probably continue to change.

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