How will the Seahawks defend Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez? They're not saying, of course, but LB Julian Peterson wouldn't mind revisiting the matchup. Leroy Hill has primarily been the guy defending opposing tight ends this season. Peterson hasn't done it at all, instead focusing on rushing the passer (six games, six sacks). But in talking with Peterson this week, it was clear he'd love to mix it up with Gonzalez for the first time since 2002. This is a bit of a twist if you've been following Seattle linebackers over the years. For a while there, Chad Brown thought he was covering tight ends too frequently, at the expense of rushing the passer. Peterson isn't complaining about rushing the passer too much; its good for the team and very good for his Pro Bowl credentials. I'll have much more on Peterson and this potential matchup in a feature story written for our Football Friday section.