Lets say for argument's sake that these teams were actually created and played in a tournament, with the winner earning conference home field advantage in the next Superbowl (as the MLB all-star game does). I'm not saying that would be a good idea, but roll with it for a sec. In that scenario, you'd really want the NFC West team to field the best possible team, right?
With that perspective (and not just simply wanting as many Seahawks on the team as possible), here are some of the changes I'd have to Dameshek's team:
Kaepernick --> Wilson
Crabtree --> Tate
Carpenter --> Cooper
Dockett --> Mebane (Dameshek is silly and doesn't include a NT in his 3-4 defense)
Peterson --> Browner
Whitner --> Chancellor
It's a bit curious that Dameshek goes with a 3-4 defense given that two of the three best defenses in the division (SEA/STL) run a 4-3. I guess it's because he wanted to make the most use of SF's strong front 7.
Wilson over Kaepernick. Putting Kaepernick over Wilson is almost like putting Freeman or Newton over Brees. Wilson is clearly better statistically and to the eyeball test. Besides that, Kaepernick wouldn't be able to get by on pure tools when facing all-star defenses every week, so his numbers would suffer quite a bit.
With Wilson the new QB, you swap out Crabtree for Tate. Tate has chemistry with Wilson and had much better efficiency numbers than Crabtree last season. They are actually pretty similar players, with Tate being just a bit better last season.
Maybe Carpenter actually deserves to be on this list, but we don't even know if he'll be healthy and starting yet, much less be a good starter. If we are taking a gamble anyway, I'd rather gamble on Jonathan Cooper, who has a ton of talent.
I don't know if there is any gas left in the tank for Dockett, he looked "done" last season. Dockett isn't a NT anyway. Mebane is the best run stopper in the division, and he had more sacks than Dockett last season to boot.
Peterson had a much weaker PFF score (per game) than Browner last season (especially when special teams wasn't considered). The team already has Harvin, so his status as a 2nd kick returner reduces Peterson's value. Browner is the better defender period, and should make the team over Peterson who brings most of his value on special teams.
Whitner over Chancellor? Why?