Dion Bailey had a regrettable Week 1 performance.
Now he gets a chance to redeem himself against arguably the best quarterback in the league and an offense that is still as potent as ever despite the loss of Jordy Nelson.
Without the services of Kam Chancellor yet again in Week 2 at Green Bay, the Seahawks turn to Bailey to perhaps try and slow down the Packers quick-hitting offense.
"I just want him to play like he's capable of playing," head coach Pete Carroll said, via ESPN. "I'm not asking for anything different than that."
The coaching staff clearly believes in Bailey and their continual praise in the preseason was evidence of that.
But without Chancellor, there aren't many other options on the depth chart that can easily step in and fill that role for the Seahawks defensive unit.