Over the last three years, the Seahawks passing offense has finished 27th, 26th and 27th, respectively.
The last wide receiver to reach double-digit touchdowns?
Darrell Jackson in 2006, when he finished with 956 receiving yards and 10 scores.
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Still, the addition of Jimmy Graham in the offseason was enough for Pro Football Focus to rank the Seahawks wide receiving corps as No. 10 in the league.
Factor in Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse and Chris Matthews and that's a deep core on the outside. Pro Football Focus notes Paul Richardson and rookie Tyler Lockett didn't even factor into the rankings.
There's no question the passing offense will be much improved come 2015.
(h/t Pro Football Focus)