As always, Seahawks will play by keeping all the plays in front and not be burnt for big plays, what this means is they will go up and down and field pretty well and try to stop them in the red zone. That will take some smart clock management. Nuetralizing Garcon and Running back will be important. Since RG3 is playing injured, even though the threat is there, the Redskins offense will not have him run too much for this game, hoping to not injure him too much. I would think we won't pass rush until we are ahead with the fear of giving up big plays. So it depends on how quickly we are on the board and how far ahead we will be, if we need to generate pass rush. It will be more of a wait and bait game. In the offense side of things, I think RW will keep the ball more and keep it on the ground. The deep balls will be far too less as this team will play conservative and only take what the defense gives up. Playoff games are lot more close and hardly fought as it is one strike out kind of scenario. So expect and long and hard fought game. My worry is even if we win the first one, the amount of beating would make it hard to go play on the road again and get a win. Reminds me of Panthers where they got hot on the road, but was finally beaten by seahawks in the championship game.