- Terry Blount, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Seahawks split their votes among four players on whom they would like to see in a Super Bowl, but Vikings running back Adrian Peterson wasn't among them.
Peterson won the overall vote in the NFL Nation Confidential vote for the player to see in a Super Bowl who hasn’t played in one yet, but Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson received four of the 10 votes among the Seattle players.
Defensive lineman J.J. Watt, Johnson’s teammate, received two Seahawks votes, so Houston players garnered 60 percent of the Seattle vote.