Yes, I agree. It's forcing him to go through his progressions.
Oh boy, that's a brutal hit down at the 5 to Richard Rodgers.
How he held on, I don't know. But a penalty is going to be added on.
K.J. Wright just clobbered him over the middle.
Packers with the ball at the 3.
You can't let a guy like Rodgers have that much time in the pocket. Normally, he's going to find somebody. And lately it's been Nelson.
Nelson was covered by strong safety Kam Chancellor. He just can't keep up with Nelson all day long.
Just a nice pick down there that made Chancellor fight through that screen, but it still came down to Nelson coming back for the ball.
Drive was seven plays, 32 yards, 3:16.
Aaron Rodgers is 17 of 22 for 230 yards and three touchdowns, 149.6 rating.
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is 11 of 22 for 109 yards with 4 INTs, 24.8 rating.
Can't see that happening even if they're up 35.
Now the Packers can just pin their ears back and rush Wilson all day long.
Wilson is sacked and fumbles, but it looks like his knee was down.
Seattle doesn't really blitz much. They do what they do. They sit back in a Cover 3 and they dare you to beat their secondary and linebackers. And without Earl Thomas, I don't think they want to force man-to-man coverage down the middle with blitzes.
Another drop by the Seahawks. Might have seen the hit from Gunter coming. Either way, I don't think it would have been a first down. Gunter broke on it well.
Flag down. Lousy punt again.
Maybe one more TD and into the fourth quarter.
Holding on the Packers on the punt. They'll start at the 19.