NFC Wild Card Playoff: Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Redskins | Seahawks wins 24-14

January 6th, 2013 Posted by Admin under American Football NFL with No Comments »

NFL Playoffs 2012-2013 – Watch Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Redskins Live NFC Wild Card Playoff Game on FOX

NFC Wild Card Playoff – #5 Seattle Seahawks (11-5) vs #4 Washington Redskins (10-6)
When: Sunday, 4:30 PM ET, January 6, 2013
Venue: FedEx Field, Landover, MD

NFC – Seahawks-Redskins Preview

One year ago, the first NFL playoff game with rookie quarterbacks starting for both teams was staged. The second such matchup figures to be much more highly anticipated.

Led by Robert Griffin III, the Washington Redskins will host a postseason contest for the first time in 13 years when they take on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

When Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton and Houston’s T.J. Yates met last season, it was the first time two rookie starting quarterbacks faced off.

Sunday’s matchup features record-setting rookies who have electrified their respective cities. The Redskins (10-6) have won seven straight since Griffin was named a team captain to capture the NFC East title, while the Seahawks (11-5) have won five in a row to earn a wild-card spot. (Source preview: more on

Seahawks-Redskins winner will travel to and face the 1st-seeded Atlanta Falcons for Divisional round Playoffs at Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.

So, let’s all wait and watch Seahawks vs Redskins live, Sunday afternoon.

You can watch NFL Playoffs Live Game Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Redskins Live on FOX. The road to Super Bowl 47 live has begun.

UPDATE: Seattle Seahawks beat RGIII and the Redskins, 24-14, to advance to the 2nd round, the Divisional Playoffs, next week. Seattle will visit and play the 1st-seeded Atlanta Falcons. Seahawks scored 24 unanswered points to close out the game. Robert Griffin III finished the game on the bench, but his presence in the final six minutes wouldn’t have made a difference late because the Seahawks’ defense was too dominant. The last rookie quarterback standing in the NFL playoffs is Russell Wilson.

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