Making the Seahwaks one dimensional will be crucial for the Vikings success. The seahawks feature the second leading rusher, (behind AP) Marshawn Lynch. Not only will Lynch be bowling his way down field, but the Seahawks also have former Vikings receiver, Sidney Rice along with Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate. Those names didn’t mean much until Russell Wilson became their quarterback. The Vikings will either need to stop Lynch from doing what he has all year, which is break tackles for large runs, or stop Wilson’s passing attack. Wilson has had an impressive season thus far and is going to need to be pressured by the D-line. Wilson is also a mobile quarterback. We all remember what RG3 did to the Vikings defense with his legs and I’m sure it will not be over looked by the Vikings this week. As long as the Vikings can keep one part of the Seahawks game under control they will be able to take more chances. This game has huge implications as far as playoff spots are concerned. With San Francisco leading the NFC West and the Chicago Bears on top the NFC North games like these will determine who gets those wild card spots.