Updated Apr 4, 2011 - 7:47 pm
Thursday Rewind: The Seahawks Huddle gets ready for Chicago
No show can get you ready for Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the NFC North champion Chicago Bears better than the Seahawks Huddle.
The Groz, Ray Roberts, and Dave Wyman broadcasted live from practice at the VMAC, where players and experts shared their thoughts on Sunday's big game at Soldier Field.
"Big Play Babs" Jordan Babineaux joined the crew to discuss the importance of Sunday's game, and how they plan to defend Bears QB Jay Cutler, who is participating in his first career playoff game.
CBMarcus Trufanthas played against Chicago in the playoffs before, where in 2006 they came up short of a second consecutive appearance in the NFC Championship game losing in overtime 27-24 at Soldier Field. Trufant explained the difference from this year's squad as they have taken on the roll of underdog throughout the playoffs.
C Chris Spencer explained the importance of defending All-Pro defensive end Julius Peppers, and how they plan on protecting Matt Hasselbeck from an aggressive Chicago defense.
WR Ruvell Martin talked about his journey through the NFL, and how the team responds to being overlooked by the national media.
Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon joined the discussion about Sunday's big game against Chicago, and how running back Marshawn Lynch will handle the slippery turf at Soldier Field.
ESPN NFC West blogger Mike Sando explained why coach Pete Carroll has decided to kick to the ever-so-dangerous Devin Hester during punt returns this Sunday, and if the weather will have an affect on the game.
MyNorthwest.com WSU blogger Bert Klasey, and Tacoma News-Tribune writer Don Ruiz joined the first hour of The Groz show. Which you can listen to right here.
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