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The next stop on the Seahawks' roadtrip through the playoffs? How about a visit to the Georgia Dome to take on the No. 1 seeded Falcons.
The Seahawks add another explosive playmaker on offense? Hey, why not?
Outside of a pair of faulty hamstrings, the Seahawks are pretty set for their visit to D.C.
It looks like the Seahawks are in no rush to get Walter Thurmond back on the field even with the playoffs right around the corner.
WR Sidney Rice (knee) might be uncertain but CB Richard Sherman should be ready to go after missing the past two practices to deal with an off-the-field matter.
The Seattle Seahawks have no more injuries to speak of beyond a sprained ankle from DT Alan Branch.
Sidney Rice is expected to play through his foot contusion Sunday after missing two practices earlier in the week.
There aren't many better choices for your RB1 this week than Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.
Fans shouldn't be too concerned with Marshawn Lynch's back issues after he was able to fight through the pain to tack on his third impressive touchdown of the day.