Jets vs. Seahawks: 10 Keys to the Game for Seattle

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Jets vs. Seahawks: 10 Keys to the Game for Seattle
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Pete Carroll rockin' the Starter jacket as the Jets head coach in '94.

The last time the Jets played in Seattle, Mike Holmgren was taking his final bow in his last home game as head coach; Brett Favre was the Jets quarterback, and an undersized passer by the name of Seneca Wallace was at the controls for the 'Hawks back in 2008.

At the time, Pete Carroll was the head coach at Southern Cal, and his quarterback was Mark Sanchez. On Sunday, they will matchup against each other for the first time in the NFL

Funny how small the world is sometimes, especially when you consider the fact that, for the second time this season, Carroll will be facing off against a team he once coached.  

A lot has changed since Carroll got his first head-coaching gig back in 1994 with the Jets, but he's still got a lot of energy and remains a firm believer in building around a solid defense.

This Sunday's matchup is one that the 'Hawks should be able to win based on that foundation and their power running game. But what other factors should be considered?

Here are 10 keys the Seahawks need to keep in mind for their game against the Jets.

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