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In case you didn't notice, with his time on the field almost doubling in the last month or so heading into Seattle's divisional playoff game against the Bears, a strong case could be made for Raheem Brock suddenly becoming the league's most potent pass rusher. Brock, who had a combined 3½ sacks in the huge wins over the Rams in the regular-season finale and the Saints in the wild-card round of the playoffs, has made a huge difference since teaming up on the same line with DE Chris Clemons. "That combination really increased the pressure up front, with offensive lines unable to slide one way or the other," one daily team observer said. "Brock has an unbelievable spin move and very refined pass-rush skills." Brock also has more playoff experience than anybody on the Seahawks' roster after spending eight seasons mostly as a tackle with the Colts. "I think he's a keeper," the observer said. "He wants to stay here."