I thought so, too, but when I looked at it again, it didn't look like it.
I don't think the sun is out that way.
Russell Wilson is 5 of 10 for 24 yards, 56.2 rating. Aaron Rodgers is 10 of 16 for 112 yards and an INT, 57.3 rating.
Yeah, they need to set something up for him. This is has been all about the WRs today.
Seahawks 1 first down today.
Rodgers can't assume he can outrun or outjuke Seahawks defenders. Not sure anyone can.
There's your first screen. Good for 5, leaving third and 11. Rodgers hurrying up.
I'm not seeing anyone open deep. I really think they need to start dumping passes over the middle to Montgomery and try to suck those linebackers in.
That's a big-time catch by Bennett. He was completely covered up there. Not sure how he pulled that in.
Seahawks linebackers are just too quick for the Packers' offensive line. They're just shooting gaps and blowing up running lanes.
Tough to tell Rodgers to stop scrambling, but man, he's not getting away from these Seahawks defenders. Bennett caught him from behind.
I'm not sure that was Murphy's fault.
Richardson was slow coming off the field.
Wasn't sure if Rodgers was going to see Adams coming across the middle there. He did at the last minute. 21 yards and a first down.
Seattle is really sitting back in zone on long-yardage situations. That was the first time you really saw someone run from one zone into another and find an opening.
Michael will handle those.
It's hard to throw slants against a team that isn't playing man-to-man coverage, especially press coverage. Seattle doesn't blitz a lot, so there are always linebackers waiting in the middle for the slants.. You have to run the ball on these guys, but that's what makes them so tough. You can't.