NFL Playoff Schedule 2013: Defensive Players Who Will Dominate Sunday’s Action

January 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sunday’s slate of NFL wild-card action will feature the three best rookie quarterbacks in the league, but don’t expect the games to be all about the signal-callers.
The Seattle Seahawks boast the No. 4 defense in the NFL, and while the Baltimore Ravens have had a disappointing year on the defensive side of the ball, Ray Lewis is back in the fold for the Ravens defense.
Washington is ranked No. 30 in the league in passing defense, but the Redskins’ No. 5 rush defense will cause problems for Marshawn Lynch and a Seahawks offense that hasn’t asked Russell Wilson to air it out much this year.
Sunday’s action will feature some good defensive football, and it all starts with these players.
Ray Lewis: LB, Baltimore
Lewis missed 10 games this year with a torn triceps, but coach John Harbaugh expects Lewis to be ready to play against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday (via ESPN).
Lewis is prepared to retire at the end of the ...

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