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The Seahawks have won three straight games against the Cowboys, including a 24-13 home win in Week 3. Seattle won its only playoff meeting with Dallas, a 21-20 victory in the 2006 Wild Card that was most known for Tony Romo's botched hold of a field-goal attempt late in the fourth quarter.

Seattle won six of its last seven games to reach 10 wins and a playoff berth for the sixth time in Russell Wilson's seven seasons. The Seahawks have won at least one playoff game in each of their last nine trips to the postseason, the longest such streak in NFL history.

Dallas finished the season by winning seven of eight, with all seven of the wins coming by one possession. The Cowboys went 9-3 in games decided by one possession, the most such wins by any team this season and the most in franchise history.

The Seahawks (33) and the Cowboys (36) rank first and second in fewest points allowed off giveaways. Dallas is 7-0 when committing zero turnovers, compared to 3-6 when having at least one, while Seattle is 6-2 when committing zero and 4-4 when having at least one.

Russell Wilson won five of his first six career postseason starts, throwing for nine touchdowns and only one interception. In his six postseason starts since, Wilson is 3-3 with 11 TDs and 10 interceptions.

In Dak Prescott's only career playoff game (2016 Divisional vs. Green Bay), he threw for 302 yards and three touchdowns. No player has ever had 300+ passing yards and 3+ TD passes in each of his first two career playoff games. In two career regular-season games against the Seahawks, Prescott is 0-2 with just 349 total passing yards, one touchdown, four interceptions and nine sacks.

 

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Are y'all ready for playoff Russell Wilson bullshit? It's coming, and much sooner than you think.

Seahawks > Cowboys in a close one.

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