Quick Take: Redskins (6-4) at Seahawks (2-8)

Last meeting
In an NFC Wild Card game last year, the Seahawks overcame a fourth-quarter deficit and defeated the Redskins, 35-14.

The Redskins have won the past four regular-season meetings, but more importantly, the Seahawks have taken the past two postseason contests. Including the playoffs, Washington holds a 9-6 overall series edge. See a breakdown of the last five meetings.

Last week
Facing historic rival Dallas, Washington was unable to maintain an early lead and fell, 14-10. ... The Seahawks rallied against the Cardinals, but could not complete the comeback and lost 26-20.

Keep your eye on ...
Zorn's return to Seattle: The Redskins rookie coach was a star quarterback for many years with the Seahawks and was their quarterbacks coach before moving to Washington. It figures to be an emotional homecoming for Zorn as he takes on mentor Mike Holmgren for the first time.

Hasselbeck's comfort level: Coming off a five-game layoff, Seattle's veteran signal caller struggled to find his rhythm, tossing three interceptions and throwing for only 170 yards. Look for him to be more efficient in his second game back.

Portis' health: Washington's Clinton Portis is second in the NFL with 1,063 rushing yards, but injuries have started to catch up with him. He played with a sprained knee against the Cowboys, but slowed down after a quick start. His well-being is crucial to the Redskins' offense.

Did you know?
Shaun Alexander makes his return to Seattle after being let go in the offseason. He is the Seahawks' all-time leading rusher with 9,429 yards. ... Santana Moss has four touchdowns in four games against the Seahawks. ... Hasselbeck has thrown for a touchdown in four straight games against the Redskins. ... Seattle's Julius Jones is averaging a career-high 4.4 yards per carry.

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