Quick Take: Saints at Seahawks

SEATTLE -- Three things to know about next weekend's New Orleans Saints-Seattle Seahawks divisional round playoff game at CenturyLink Field:

1. Back where Who Dat was handed its hat: The Saints were 0-5 in road playoff games in franchise history before defeating the Eagles 26-24 in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Now New Orleans returns to the site of its worst defeat this season, a 34-7 victory by the Seahawks in a Monday night game on Dec. 2. Seattle held the Saints to 44 yards rushing, and Russell Wilson had one of his best games of the season, completing 22 of 30 passes for 310 yards and three touchdowns.

2. And where the Beast Quake beat them: The last home playoff game for the Seahawks was a 41-36 victory against the Saints three years ago, when Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch rocked the world (literally). His 67-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, when he broke seven potential tackles, was the scamper that came to be known as the Beast Quake after registering seismic activity from the frenzied crowd.

3. Strength versus strength: Saturday's game will match the No. 1 pass defense in the NFL against the No. 2 passing offense. The Saints averaged 307 yards passing per game in the regular season, and had four players with more than 70 catches, an NFL first. The Seahawks led the league in passing yards allowed per game (172), and interceptions (28).