Coach Pete Carroll declared a three-way competition for the starting job between Flynn, Tarvaris Jackson and rookie Russell Wilson to open the off-season program. While Carroll likes to foster competition, Jackson is coming off a mediocre first season in Seattle and Wilson has a long way to go to prove he can be an effective NFL player at under 6-feet tall. Flynn was signed to a three-year, $26 million deal with every intention of proving he can become the Seahawks' quarterback of the future. While $8 million per year won't force the team's hand and Flynn has started only two career games, the coaching staff has been impressed with his mental makeup and performance during the off-season program. The secondary question is, how effective can anyone make the Seahawks' passing game? There are questions along the offensive line and No. 1 wide receiver Sidney Rice is coming off another season-ending injury. Without many fearsome weapons and in a run-first offense, Flynn's Fantasy potential -- should he win the job -- could be limited.