The rich tradition, the stadium, and most importantly the 12th Man, made the Seattle Seahawks the franchise that it is today. However, the team’s running back coup also gave them one of the most dynamic offenses in the league. Though there aren’t many, this list still has the groundbreaking talents that can go against any other group out there.

3. Curt Warner, 1983-1989

After being selected with the third overall pick in the 1983 NFL Draft, Warner went on to have a commendable career. He rushed for a league-best 1,449 yards and 13 touchdowns as a rookie and earned Second-Team All-Pro honors. Unfortunately, a torn ACL cost him his sophomore season, and injuries ultimately dampened his career.

Years after sustaining his injury, Warner bounced back in a big way. He managed to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark three additional times and earned All-Pro honors twice for the Seahawks. He set a new career-high with 1,481 rushing yards in 1986.