Here are the three keys to Sunday's NFC playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks:
With Russell Wilson
While Carson Wentz is in the playoffs for the first time, this is 14th place for Wilson, who played 8: 5 in the postseason and led the Seahawks to two consecutive Super Bowls that won in 2013 and lost in 2014. He threw for 200 yards, a TD and an INT in Seattle's win over the Eagles in November.
"He's an intelligent quarterback," said Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. "He doesn't flip the ball very often. He is very agile and can extend games. All of these things will be factors in the game that we have to defend."
Seahawks are street fighters
Seattle was 7-1 this season, including a 17-9 win at Linc in November. The only road loss was against the Rams in early December.
“Some teams are afraid to play on the street. I don't think we do that, "said Wilson." There's a wonderful balance between being relaxed and confident, and being so focused and focused that nothing can distract you. "
The narrow end Zach Ertz has a broken rib and a torn kidney and has not been released for contact since Friday. If this is deactivated, he will play but will not count on it. All-Pro right attack Lane Johnson (ankle) is doubtful. CB Jalen Mills (ankle) should play while his colleague, CB Ronald Darby, is in the injured reserve. The Eagles also have to do without right-back Brandon Brooks, who suffered a shoulder injury against the Giants at the end of the season. RB Miles Sanders (ankle) has not trained but said he expected to play.
The Seahawks are due to Marshawn Lynch and Travis Homer after losing Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny due to injuries. Safety Quandre Diggs (ankle), who missed the last two games, is expected to return along with WR Malik Turner (concussion). Left winger Duane Brown (knee) is a long shot, but DE Jadeveon Clowney (core injury) should be ready.