Football Night in America

Season 5 Episode 19

St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Jan 02, 2011 on NBC
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St. Louis Rams at Seattle Seahawks

The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 17 Sunday action and sets the stage for the final NFL game of the regular season, a Sunday night winner take all battle for the NFC West division championship between the St. Louis Rams and the Seattle Seahawks from Qwest Field in Seattle.


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      • (on the Seattle Seahawks)
        Tony Dungy: Seattle has been up and down but they have a chance to win it. They'll have that home crowd with the noise. It's going to be a great atmosphere. They have some offensive weaponry and a return game that can generate points. I envision Seattle trying to come up with some defensive tactics to stymie Bradford. That's going to be the storyline of the game.

        Rodney Harrison: Seattle has been so inconsistent but as poorly as they've played, they're still in position to make the playoffs.

      • (on the St. Louis Rams)
        Tony Dungy: I've really been impressed with how they've utilized Sam Bradford and been successful with a rookie quarterback. I remember Peyton Manning's first year. The Colts won three games. For Sam Bradford to come in and take a one-win team (last year) to the verge of the playoffs is really outstanding. Steven Jackson is an outstanding back and has obviously helped Bradford. They've done a very good job of constructing an offense around a very young quarterback. They also have some young defensive linemen who can pressure the quarterback. It's a young exciting team.

        Rodney Harrison: Sam Bradford is a good young rookie quarterback but at times he's called on to do too much. The biggest thing for the Rams is their good young defense. They have an active front seven highlighted by Chris Long.

      • Rodney Harrison: This is a playoff game. This is both teams' first playoff game. Seattle is a tough place to play. It's a true hostile environment. It's going to be a rocking, playoff atmosphere.

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