2020 Divisional Playoffs: Packers vs. Seahawks
The Packers added a significant piece on their offensive line, bringing a familiar face into the fold for a playoff run.
The Packers largely avoided getting into third-and-10+ on Sunday, keeping distances manageable and helping to drive a season-best performance on the money down.
The LaFleur offense rolled four tight ends all game long, but still freed up the team’s top receiver for a huge performance.
Three post-Draft or in-season acquisitions should have Gutekunst in the running for top executive in the NFL this year.
Green Bay will get a week off and host a playoff game in two weeks.
"Win ugly" has been the Packers’ theme all year, and they did it again, holding on for dear life against Seattle.
Adams made Tre Flowers look silly on this play, giving the Packers a three-score lead again.
Arguably Green Bay’s second best receiver, Lazard hurt his ankle after some friendly fire.
Green Bay leads 21-3 at the half.
Green Bay’s lead is up to 11 now early in the second quarter.
The Packers hold an early lead against Seattle.
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The bug is still making the rounds in the locker room, now putting one key starter at risk for Sunday's game.
Rodgers has not been the driving force behind the Packers’ offense all season, but this Sunday may be the time when he becomes the Rodgers of old.
It will be fascinating to see who lines up in the trenches in Sunday’s game.
The Seahawks’ pro shop is a treasure trove. Like, literally — there’s super pricey treasure in here.
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Against an injury-depleted Seattle offense, the Green Bay defense should have an opportunity to get crucial stops like the memorable one from 2004.
The Packers would be significantly short-handed if Clark is unable to go on Sunday.
Russell Wilson can single-handedly win a game, and much like Aaron Rodgers most of his career, he likely has to for the Seahawks to win. The Packers no longer bear that burden, but now must face it on the other side.
Brian Bulaga has been cleared to play Sunday against the Seahawks
Green Bay’s veteran tackle appears ready to play in Sunday’s Divisional Playoff game.
The Packers’ lines have played much better than Seattle’s all season long, and they must keep it up on Sunday to give Green Bay its best chance to win.
APC writers choose their strategies for slowing the Seahawks.
The Packers could have all of their preferred starters on Sunday, while Seattle may have as many as eight missing.
Green Bay has done very well against the spread when playing the Seahawks over the last decade.
A familiar foe is coming to Green Bay next Sunday night.
Green Bay has been successful after a bye week overall in Aaron Rodgers’ time as a starter, but has not fared as well in recent years.
APC expects New Orleans to book their ticket to Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon.
The Packers formally designated Greene as their second player eligible to return from the injured list.