LT Walter Jones vs.

RE Phillip Daniels

Jones is one of the game's dominant offensive linemen and a key cog in Seattle's offense. The Seahawks annually make him their franchise player to keep him in Seattle, and they love to run behind him. He also watches Hasselbeck's blind side. Daniels, who spent the first four seasons of his career with the Seahawks, is finally healthy after an injury-plagued 2004 season and had a huge game in Week 1 against Chicago, another one of his former teams. Daniels has the ability to give the Redskins the pass rush they long for off the edge, and he is strong against the run as well.

CB Shawn Springs vs.

QB Matt Hasselbeck

For three years, Springs watched Hasselbeck on a daily basis, defending many of his throws in practice and watching him develop into a proven NFL quarterback. Today, he'll try to use that knowledge against his former teammate, detecting any small signs or flaws in the passer while waiting for his chance to pounce. Springs tied for the team lead in sacks last season and led Washington with five interceptions but has yet to produce one of either this season. No better time than the present. Seattle has committed six turnovers through three games.

Matt Hasselbeck has thrown 4 touchdowns and 2 interceptions this year.Ex-Seahawks cornerback Shawn Springs is set to face his former teammate.