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On the CBS pre-game show, they just said that Colts OC Bruce Arians has been taken to the hospital. ESPN announced it as well (Here at BTB we announced it about 5 minutes ago) shameless plug on why you should be here every week
Seahawks' offense: Marshawn Lynch finished third in the league in rushing with 1,590 yards and ran for 11 touchdowns. He is riding a streak of four straight 100-yard games — giving him 10 for the season — and averaged 5.0 yards a pop, which gave Wilson the time to develop from caretaker into star-in-waiting. Wilson threw for only 3,118 yards but was magnificent over the final eight games, throwing 16 touchdown passes vs. only two interceptions. Wilson is a dual threat, rushing for at least 58 yards in three of the last five games and running for three TDs in a 50-17 romp at Buffalo. Sidney Rice and Golden Tate caught seven scoring passes each and led the club with 50 and 45 receptions, respectively.
Redskins' offense: Griffin said he's feeling better than last week but his performance has declined since the knee injury. He threw for 20 touchdowns vs. five interceptions and compiled the league's third-best passer rating (102.4), but had only 100 yards passing in the win over Dallas. Despite obvious limitations, he did rush for 63 yards and a TD against the Cowboys. Expect the Redskins to feature a heavy dose of Morris, who amassed 200 yards and three touchdowns— both season highs — in the finale. Morris went over 100 yards four times and scored eight of his 13 TDs in his last six games. Pierre Garcon missed most of the first half with a foot injury but had 30 catches over a five-game run down the stretch.
Robert Griffin III is a handful. He has the ability to make plays both inside and outside the pocket with his arm and legs, and he doesn’t make mistakes. He has completed 65.6 percent of his passes for 3,200 yards with 20 touchdowns and only five interceptions and has rushed for 815 yards and seven more scores.
Seattle’s Russell Wilson has been impressive as well but isn’t quite as dangerous as Griffin III. Wilson has thrown more touchdown passes, but has thrown for fewer yards than Griffin III and has been intercepted five more times. Plus, he hasn’t been as much of a threat as Griffin III on the ground