Benoit: 3 x 1 = Trouble for Seattle’s defense

How Manning Can Get the Seahawks Right Where He Wants Them

If the Seahawks match personnel and put cornerbacks Richard Sherman, Byron Maxwell and Walter Thurmond to the three-receiver side, either Kam Chancellor or K.J. Wright will be left outside against Julius Thomas. There’s your weakness. While Chancellor is an excellent strong safety and Wright is a superb outside linebacker, neither is a good press-man cornerback—at least not against someone like Julius Thomas, who is a limber 6-5, 250 pounds, angular and explosive in confined movement.

We'll take that matchup all night long, and surely, so would/will PMFM.

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