Name the best receiver Russell Wilson has had at his disposal during his three-year career.
Golden Tate? Doug Baldwin? Jermaine Kearse?
After the Seahawks came up short in Super Bowl XLIX, GM John Schneider fixed that issue, acquiring Jimmy Graham - listed at 6-foot-7, 265 pounds - who has recorded at least nine touchdowns in four of his five NFL seasons.
Since 2012, Graham leads the league in red zone touchdown receptions with 28. During that same span, Marshawn Lynch ranks first in red zone rushing touchdowns with 32.
Per TeamRankings.com, Seattle ranked 20th in the league in red zone scoring (touchdowns only), converting at a 51.52 percent clip.
But with two of the top scoring threats, along with the dual-threat capability of Wilson and defensive coordinators now have a dilemma on their hands.
Now defenses will have to pick their poison and live with the consequences.