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No. 26: Seahawks' best draft class

QB busts and no HOFers

Originally Published: March 25, 2009
By ESPN Stats & Information | Special to Insider

ESPN Stats and Information has ranked all NFL players drafted in the modern draft (1967-2008) based on their performance during their NFL careers, regardless of how they fared with the team that drafted them. Insider will count down each team's best draft class (seeded 1-32), then conduct a tournament to determine the best class of all time.

For a short explanation of the ranking system, click here, or for a more detailed rundown of how the system was developed, click here.

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SEAHAWKS' BEST CLASS: 1990

The Seahawks have been an average drafting team since entering the NFL in 1976. They've never drafted a Hall of Famer. And they haven't drafted well at quarterback, including busts Dan McGwire (1991) and Rick Mirer (1993). They've been more successful drafting running backs and offensive linemen, who make up six of the top 10 picks in team history, according to our ranking system.


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