Probability of Winning the Super Bowl: 8/10
There is no team in the playoffs that wants a part of the Seattle Seahawks right now. They've been one of the NFC's best teams after an inconsistent start to the season by going 7-1 since Week 9.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson has been a dual-threat with his arm and his legs, Marshawn Lynch ran for nearly 1,600 yards this season and the defense has been downright scary.
The Seahawks defense only gave up more than 24 points to one opponent in 2012 and only allowed 13 points per game over the last month of the season.
They travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons who finished with the NFC's best record at 13-3. Despite their impressive record, the Falcons were suspect more than a few times this season. Seven of their 13 wins came by seven points or less.
Atlanta finished the regular season 23rd against the pass and 21st against the run. Seattle, on the other hand finished sixth against the pass and 10th against the rush.
The Falcons don't exactly have the most respectable of postseason resumes either as they have yet to win a postseason game under head coach Mike Smith.
They finished 29th in total rushing and the task won't be any easier against a Seattle team that held Washington's Alfred Morris to just 80 yards on the ground.
Matt Ryan will have the formidable task of trying to get the best of Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman in a Seattle secondary that held opposing quarterbacks to just 203 yards per game.
The only setback for the Seahawks is that they will be without their sack leader Chris Clemons who tore his ACL in the wild-card round.
Seattle is still the hottest team in the NFC and is the most complete team of the remaining underdogs in the postseason.