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The Redskins will be in a playoff game on Sunday for the first time in nearly a decade as they face off against the Seattle Seahawks.
Washington is rolling like few others in the NFL, winning seven-straight games to earn the No. 4 seed and the NFC East crown.
The Redskins have been led by a pair of rookies on the offensive side with Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris. Morris set the franchise all-time single season rushing record with over 1,600 yards while Griffin has proven to be the duel threat many expected him to be.
Seattle comes in as the No. 5 seed but is certainly no slouch, touting an 11-5 mark and a five-game winning streak of its own led by their own rookie quarterback, Russell Wilson.
However, the Seahawks have been susceptible on the road, holding only a 3-5 record away from the great Northwest. Expect a tough running attack from Seattle, with Marshawn Lynch leading the way. The ex-Buffalo Bill has 1,590 yards this year on 5.0 yards per carry.
TV: FOX (Commentators: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, and Pam Oliver)
Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Radio: ESPN 980, Redskins Broadcast Network