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NFL Seahawks vs Falcons Divisional Playoffs
Sunday, Jan 13th 1:00 PM ET
With an extra week off as the conference’s top team, the refreshed Atlanta Falcons will play host to the surging Seattle Seahawks next Sunday in an NFC divisional playoff matchup in the raucous Georgia Dome.
Seattle hasn’t lost a game by more than seven points all season long, but fell behind 14-0 early against the Washington Redskins on Wild Card Weekend. The Seahawks then stormed back, and were aided by Robert Griffin III’s knee injury to pull out a 24-14 road win.
It is too bad that two of the hottest, most exciting teams in the league had to play each other in Round 1, but now the Seahawks will encounter the most consistent, steady team in the NFC.
Fifth-year quarterback Matt Ryan for the Falcons has had an impressive start to his young career in his own right, but has failed to notch a postseason win. Three one-and-done performances have defined his legacy to date, but he looks to have taken a big step up in 2012.
The combination of rookie QB Russell Wilson and RB Marshawn Lynch makes Seattle one of the more dangerous offenses in the league—and they have the No. 1 scoring defense on their side, to boot.
This is sure to be a physical, entertaining showdown. Can the Seahawks continue their outstanding hot streak, or will the Falcons bounce back from a season-ending home loss to the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
How Will Atlanta Stack up against a Legitimate Super Bowl Contender?
The Falcons should not apologize for going 13-3. But do consider: They played only one current playoff team all year long—Denver in Week 2. Thanks to three Peyton Manning interceptions in the first quarter, the Falcons won 27-21 at home. The Broncos are a much different team now—and so are the Seahawks.
The other playoff team Atlanta beat was the very team the Seahawks toppled on Sunday. Meanwhile, Seattle has beaten the likes of the New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers (sort of)—all of whom are legitimate Super Bowl contenders.
There is no doubt that RGIII’s injury will be a big source of buzz and debate over the Seahawks’ recent victory, but their chances shouldn’t be dismissed on the road. Their season turned around with an overtime victory at Soldier Field over the Chicago Bears, who started the year 7-1 and barely missed the playoffs.
Thus, it shouldn’t be all that surprising for the Seahawks to pull the upset. But there is something to be said about the Falcons’ knack for pulling out close games themselves throughout the year.
Atlanta’s lack of elite competition may really hurt in this one, though, and it only adds to the sky-high expectations for the home team. To say the least, this isn’t your typical No. 1 seed playing your typical lucky Wild Card team.
The Seahawks are the hottest team in the NFC, and have to be considered a favorite to get to New Orleans at this point.
Key Matchup: Falcons WRs vs. Seahawks Corners
If this isn’t the best wide receiver-cornerback matchup in recent memory, I don’t know what is.
It’s difficult to think of a better one-two pass-catching punch than White and Jones, but they’ll face arguably the best corner tandem in Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner. Both are over 6’3″ and play aggressive, man-to-man coverage.
Browner showed some rust against Washington coming off a four-game PED suspension, but settled in and looked solid after the Redskins’ red-hot start.
Both White and Jones went well over 1,000 yards receiving, and it will be interesting to see how Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley chooses to match up with them.
Making matters more difficult is the presence of Pro Bowl free safety Earl Thomas, who will provide outstanding help over the top if Jones and White try to beat the gambling Seahawks corners on double-moves.