You might need this when Seattle's game against the New England kicks off at 1:15 this afternoon.
The offensive line should look very different, particularly if left tackle Walter Jones does not play today, which is a distinct possibility.
If Jones can't go, Sean Locklear will be the only player on the line that was a starter at the beginning of the season. Expect Locklear to play left tackle, Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack at left guard, Steve Vallos at center, Mansfield Wrotto at right guard and Ray Willis at right tackle.
We know Matt Hasselbeck has been banged up all season and will not play today, giving way to Seneca Wallace. But perhaps this makeshift line gave the team another reason as well.
The Patriots are a 6 ½ point favorite heading into the game, but this one could get ugly with New England in a must-win situation and Seattle playing some of its reserves. On defense D.D. Lewis likely will start for Leroy Hill at linebacker, and the youngsters Lawrence Jackson, Baraka Atkins and Darryl Tapp will continue to rotate at defensive end with Patrick Kerney out for the year.
With only four games left, the Seahawks brass will get an opportunity to evaluate personnel heading into an important offseason of transition.
Don't expect many Seahawks in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl, Frank Hughes writes.
Injuries bring New England back down with the rest of the league.
Gregg Bell of the Associated Press reports that Deion Branch has been all but forgotten after three injury-plagued seasons in Seattle.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald also weighs in on Branch.
More Johnson. At 1-5, home field advantage isn't what it used to be for Seattle.
Another national columnist commiserates on the losing ways of Seattle sports teams. This time it's Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe.
Some analysis on today's game from Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe.
John Tomase of the Boston Herald details Matt Hasselbeck's rise from reserve quarterback at Boston College to a Pro Bowler for the Seahawks.
San Francisco 49ers
John Crumpacker reports the 49ers defense will be looking to get a little piece of history by sacking or intercepting future Hall of Famer Brett Favre.
More Crumpacker: Jets receiver Laverneous Coles is not part of the Favre fan club. Maybe he should just be quiet and try to get open.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports Hall of Fame defensive lineman Fred Dean will be honored at halftime today. Maiocco also provides a look at some of the key matchups.
Dan Brown of the San Jose Mercury News reports Mike Martz might be a candidate for the vacant San Diego State head job.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee provides a scouting report on today's game.
The Cardinals will focus on the little things to make sure they get a NFC West title-clinching win over the Rams today, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.
More Somers: Running back Tim Hightower, who has struggled of late, says he'll keep it simple.
Even though they've struggled the past two games, Cardinals' players say getting a chance to clinch the division at home may be the best thing.
Mike Tulumello of the East Valley Tribune reports a division title would be a long time in coming for the mostly struggling franchise.
St. Louis Rams
Much like Seattle, the Rams are trying to determine who to let go and who to keep, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Right tackle Alex Barron's 47-game streak of consecutive starts may come to an end today because he was late for a meeting, and coach Jim Haslett chose to start Adam Goldberg instead.