Found January 04, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The NFL playoffs have finally arrived and only a few short weeks remain until we can crown a world champion. For now we have wild card weekend to look forward to, and the most enticing game for fans whose team didn’t make the big dance, is Sundays matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins. Both teams sport shining rookie quarterbacks, top of the league running backs, and receivers who can on occasion provide their teams with a much-needed spark. Seattle has the upper-hand on the defensive end, regardless look for this game to be a high scoring shootout. Robert Griffin III of the Redskins and Russell Wilson of the Seahawks burst onto the scene this year stealing the spotlight in their respective cities as young bright stars fans hope will take them to the Superbowl.… Read more
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