Packers will run out the clock.
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They gave the Lions a battle today before losing in typical Bears fashion.
The Packers did exploit the Seahawks' secondary over the top, especially those passes that Rodgers lofted to Adams. Thomas a huge loss for sure.
Rodgers didn't seem to be in any distress watching from the sidelines. But you never know.
MM should address that soon. Cook is a concern....was ruled out for game soon after going to locker room with a chest injury. There's always concern about a pectoral injury when you hear that but it's pure conjecture at this point.
Yes, he played through it with a glove on and said he intends to keep doing so. But he clearly struggled and it could be a problem for Detroit going forward.
Tom was explaining earlier in the blog about the effect that Ty Montgomery's presence was having on the Seahawks' defense. They had to treat him like a receiver and play a lot of nickel and Rodgers was able to spread out formations and create running space for him. And without Earl Thomas roaming around at safety, Rodgers seemed to feel emboldened to test Seattle with deep tosses to Davante Adams and others.
Yes, throwing hand injury for Stafford.
Think it was more a case of Packers matching Seahawks' intensity, as Bob McGinn wrote today that they must do to have a chance of winning. Mission accomplished....lots of emotion, some penalties for personal fouls, lots of shoving, etc.