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Fantasy Football 2014: 5 Seattle Seahawks You Should Draft

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5 Seattle Seahawks You Should Draft In 2014 Fantasy Football

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The reigning Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks were an incredibly impressive defensive football team in 2013, but they also have weapons on offense -- some that do not always get adequate credit. Here are five players you should have on your fantasy football team in 2014.


Timothy Downs is a fantasy sports writer for RantSports.com. You can add him on Google and follow on Twitter @Tidow1212

5. Jermaine Kearse

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5. Jermaine Kearse

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Jermaine Kearse was not a huge factor during the 2013 regular season for Seattle, but he was impressive in the Super Bowl, grabbing four catches for 65 yards and a touchdown. Golden Tate has since departed for Detroit, which means Kearse's role in the offense will be increased. He will go undrafted in many standard drafts, but will be an undervalued option in deeper leagues and is worth a flier.

4. Doug Baldwin

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4. Doug Baldwin

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Doug Baldwin also stands to benefit from Golden Tate's departure, and is being largely underrated in fantasy football circles currently. With 50 catches for 778 yards and five touchdowns in 2013, Baldwin was a steal for savvy owners, who picked him up on the waiver-wire. He is a great late-round addition to your roster.

3. Russell Wilson

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3. Russell Wilson

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Russell Wilson is never going to overwhelm statistically, but is a perfect fit for those who like to hold off on drafting a quarterback early to load up elsewhere. His 3357 yards and 26 TDs were solid last season, and he rarely turns the ball over (nine INTs). He is being drafted in the 10th round of many mock drafts, which is an absolute steal.

2. Marshawn Lynch

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2. Marshawn Lynch

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Marshawn Lynch is unhappy with his contract currently, but do not let his drama with Seattle's front office deter you from drafting him early in your draft. Lynch was still in "beast mode" in 2013, with 1257 yards and 12 touchdowns. He is being drafted in the mid to late first round in standard mocks, and is still worth your No. 1 pick for at least one more season.

1. Percy Harvin

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1. Percy Harvin

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Percy Harvin was a non-factor during the 2013 regular season for Seattle, as he was hurt once again, a trend that has devastated those fantasy football players who have rolled the dice on the uber-talented WR for years. His injury history has not hindered his ADP, as he is going at the top of the 4th round In mock drafts. It's a risk worth taking if he puts a full season together for Seattle.