NFL playoffs 2013, Seahawks vs. Falcons inactives

Justin Edmonds

Atlanta and Seattle get ready to battle for a spot in the NFC Championship game with seven inactive players on each side watching and rooting.

The Atlanta Falcons will be trying to earn their first postseason victory since the days of Michael Vick on Sunday when they play host to the Seattle Seahawks.

Atlanta is the No. 1 seed in the NFC, guaranteed home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Seattle comes in with an 11-5 regular season record, earning them the fifth seed. The Seahawks beat the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field last weekend, 24-14, getting them to this point.

Unfortunately for both sides, some players are going to miss Sunday's action. Without further introduction, the inactives:

Atlanta, per the team's official Twitter: Quarterback Dominique Davis, wide receiver Tim Toone, cornerback Chris Owens, guards Phillipkeith Manley and Harland Gunn, offensive tackle Lamar Holmes and defensive end Lawrence Sidbury.

Seattle, per the team's official Twitter: Wide reciever Deon Butler, cornerbacks DeShawn Shead and Byron Maxwell, linebacker Allen Bradford, guard Rishaw Johnson, offensive tackle Mike Person and defensive tackle Jaye Howard.

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