Found November 27, 2011 on Seattle Times:
'Hawk Talk: GameDay Chat! starts at 12:30 p.m.Washington Redskins at Seattle Seahawks | SUNDAY, Nov. 27, CENTURYLINK FIELD Seattle Times pick: Washington 20, Seahawks 17Washington is in the midst of its longest losing streak in 13 years while the Seahawks are a win away from their longest winning streak in four. So it all adds up to a victory, right? Not so fast. Washington plays som pretty fierce defense, and if it can prevent turning the ball over, that will be a key.INACTIVE INACTIVEQB Josh Portis CB Domonique JohnsonWR Deon Butler LB Markus WhiteCB Ron Parker OL Willie SmithCB Byron Maxwell OL Willie SmithOL Jarriel King T Tyler PolumbusOL Allen Barbre WR David AndersonDT Alan Branch DE Kentwan Balmer

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