Holmgren stays calm when it matters most to key Seahawks' win

In Seattle's NFC wild-card playoff win over Washington on Saturday, Mike Holmgren showed in five plays why he's probably the most dangerous coach in the playoffs, John Clayton writes.

Originally Published: January 5, 2008
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

SEATTLE -- Saturday's home playoff game was slipping away, and Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren could feel it in the air.

Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck got greedy and made bad decisions, throwing two interceptions to Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry.

Returner Nate Burleson misjudged a high kickoff and simply missed the ball, allowing the Redskins to get a scoring chance at the Seahawks' 14.

Washington quarterback Todd ...

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