Krieg, a name that became synonymous with the Seahawks franchise in the 1980's and early 1990's, played 12 years in Seattle as a quarterback. He debuted in 1981, but did not receive serious playing time until 1983, when he started half of the team's games and led the Seahawks to their first playoff appearance. Seattle actually made it all the way to the AFC Championship before falling to the Raiders. Krieg became a full-time starter in 1984 and led Seattle to a 12-4 record and a second-straight playoff berth. In 12 years with Seattle, Krieg threw 195 touchdowns, the most in franchise history. A three-time Pro Bowl pick, Krieg played seven years elsewhere after departing Seattle in 1992.