SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 08: Leon Washington #33 of the Seattle Seahawks celebrates the Seahawks 41-36 victory against the New Orleans Saints during the 2011 NFC wild-card playoff game at Qwest Field on January 8, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Leon Washington
Seattle's defense doesn't strike fear into the heart of opponents. In fact, they allow the most points and yardage of any playoff teams. Still, they do have a few players on both defense and special teams who will give the Bears fits on Sunday.
Lawyer Milloy -- The veteran safety already has a Super Bowl ring, but wants to get a new one with Seattle. He was a key part of the Seattle blitz against the Bears in October, making two sacks for 14 yards lost, but has been quiet since then. He had just three tackles against the Saints in the first week of the playoffs. Look for Milloy to get help from backfield teammate Earl Thomas, who leads the team with five interceptions.
Chris Clemons -- He only had a half sack against the Bears in October, which is pretty weak when you consider that Jay Cutler was sacked six time. Clemons has made up for it by getting 11 sacks on the season. He should keep J'Marcus Webb and Roberto Garza busy all afternoon.
Leon Washington -- Everyone know that Devin Hester is one of the best return men in the league, but Washington has made a strong claim at that title. He has three touchdowns and just under 1,500 yards from kick returns, and 249 yards on punt returners. Like Hester, he is a threat to score every time he is in the backfield.