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The Richard Sherman-Julio Jones matchup is the one everyone will be keeping an eye on. (We hope Kris Richard learned a lesson from last time.)

Gene Steratore, who tries not to get in the way, will ref the game. He was the ref for the excellent Seahawks-Patriots game earlier this season.

Jones will be curious to find out how Steratore’s crew plans to call the game.

C.J. Prosise is unlikely to return or this game.

Will the Seahawks use Jimmy Graham in the red zone more in this game?

Two years after suffering a torn ACL in the divisional playoffs, Paul Richardson is back as a big contributor.

Garry Gilliam, a cerebral guy by nature, has forced himself to think less and just play instinctively. That has resulted in him finally playing the physical style Tom Cable has sought all season.

Home teams are 28-16 in the divisional round over the past 11 years, and the Seahawks are 0-3 on the road in this round.

The Seahawks are a great bet to make the Super Bowl, because their odds are bad.

The Seahawks talk about the January 2013 game in Atlanta.

Dan Quinn was a big reason Michael Bennett came to Seattle.

Kam Chancellor has been a big mentor to Atlanta rookie Keanu Neal. (We wrote about before they played the first time this season.)

A look at how the Hawks ran so well against Detroit — pizza is involved.

An interesting theory on why Steven Hauschka has been so terrible on PATs. Not mentioned is the often poor blocking by the long snapper.

As expected, Kris Richard didn’t get the Bills coaching gig. But he feels he’s ready for that step.

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  1. Hauschka’s season could also be a fluke: Three additional makes and he’s at the league average. The five blocks are what is troubling, especially since blocking one of the reasons they moved on from Gresham.

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