Bad timing on both Greene and Alexander. Ball was underthrown and they both ran into the receiver. Looked like Alexander had a chance to pick it off at the end if Greene doesn't hit him.
What did I saw about the Seahawks testing Greene. You can't blame them.
Seahawks have this defense on the ropes. They're gaining momentum and the Packers' offense is losing it.
Carson with the 1-yard run and the Seahawks are going to go in front, 17-14.
The offense has to take some responsibility for losing the lead. They've been way to ineffective on third down and they've not figured out a way to get Davante Adams the ball when they need to.
Have not heard from MVS yet either.
Davis will take a knee on the kickoff.
Ball is in your court Rodgers.
That might be the best way to get the ball down the field for awhile. Keep running the DBs off and dump it off to Jones. Get it in his hands one way or another.
OK, I'll give them credit for those two plays and the notion that they have to get the ball ini Jones' hands.
Someone reminded McCarthy that his biggest threat is in the backfield.
With the 2-minute warning now, Packers have a chance to take back control with a double. Score here and get the ball back at the start of the second half. Doing that would turn momentum around.
TE Jimmy Graham has just left the field and headed to the locker room.
Nice design again, running Jones into the flat and pulling the linebacker out of the middle. Allowed Adams to break open.
Jones with a nice blitz pickup there. They need that.
That is a case of putting the ball in your best player's hands.
If you were going to draw up a drive, that would be it.