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After moving down the line to Los Angeles, Seahawks seeks to recover in a short week against Aaron Rodgers and…

After moving down the line to Los Angeles, Seahawks seeks to recover in a short week against Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay Packers. They are back under the lights of CenturyLink Field. Follow here for live updates, highlights and analysis.

Seattle Seahawks (4-5)
vs. Green Bay Packers (4-4-1)

5:20 p.m. | CenturyLink Field | Seattle, Wash.

TV: FOX / NFL Network | Radio: 710 AM / 97.3 FM | Stream: Amazon Prime

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QUARTER 4

12:14 | Packers 21, Seahawks 20 Well, yes. The Seahawks play Packers. It’s primetime. Of course it would be close. Seahawks enter the Green Bay territory but after being confronted with a third and 26, they are forced to settle for another Sebastian Janikowski field goal. Now the question is: Will the end be as controversial as …

QUARTER 3

6:48 | Packers 21, Seahawks 17 Another day, another amazing point. With Seahawks backed up deep in their own territory, Michael Dickson punished snatching around Seahawk’s 4 yard line and released another gem of a point, high and deep, 59 yards to GB 25. Green Bay only managed a 9-yard return. Ladies and gentlemen, it is the symbol of “turning the field.”

8:57 | Packers 21, Seahawks 17 Seahawks went to miss the presence of K.J. Wright. He is so good for a player. But both Barkevious Mingo and Austin Calitro have really struggled to try to replace him in this game. Mingo missed missions in the first series on defense and was late late in the field. Kalitro has been marginally better. But had missed tackling opportunities for big games for Packers.

To finish the Packers run, the rookie-defensive line-man Jacob Martin came with Seahawk’s second bag by Aaron Rodgers.
– Ryan Divish

HALFTIME

Half-time thoughts from Bob Condotta:

  • Well, 21-17 on half is a lot better than 17-3, which was what Seattle could have been at the end of the first quarter. But a Green Bays missed field goal and since Seattle gets his crime going during the second quarter, Seahawks right back in this. As I noted in my preview today, Seattle has won only one of its four matches this year after half past time – Seahawks was down 10-7 in Arizona before returning to win late.
  • Wilson with bounce support second quarter after the really rough first. He was 10-11 for 101 meters and a touchdown in the second quarter, as well as the throw that resulted in the match interference and put up the second result.
  • Doug Baldwin really comes into this game after a few quiet moments in the last few weeks – he has been directed eight times and has five receptions for 30 meters and his first touchdown of the season. The goals tie the most he has had for a game all season. He had eight goals with six receptions against Raiders in London.
  • Seattle must really strengthen its defense, as it has allowed 245 meters. Not sure they can beat Green Bay if Packers gets 490.

QUARTER 2

0:02 | Packers 21, Seahawks 17 “Is it for me ?” Nick Vannett looked as big as puzzled and surprised when Russsell Wilson chuckled the ball in his general direction at the end of a run at Green Bay 46. The surprise pass came at the end of an 18-yard Wilson scramble, clear attempt to just do something happened. But he ended up immediately for an illegal forward-looking. With that … half time.

3:22 | Seahawks 17, Packers 14 Russell Wilson can fly it as well. On the first and 10th of Seahawks, 30, Wilson hucks for Tyler Lockett racing down the right sideline. Lockett was covered by two defenders and could not completely catch the catch. But, oh wait, the flag is thrown and a defensive pass interference penalty on Raven Greene gives Seattle the ball on GB 22. A pass to Nick Vannett takes it to 1, and Chris Carson runs it from there. Suddenly, see who has the lead.

4:54 | Packers 14, Seahawks 10 Ten games. Nine bags. Frank Clark has been very consistent this season and claims at least half a bag in eight of the team’s 10 games. That trend continued on Thursday when the 25-year-old defensive line pulled down Aaron Rodgers to finish a Packers run in the second quarter. Clark has two tackles, one tack for loss and one bag so far.
– Mike Vorel

8:04 | Packers 14, Seahawks 10 A device that just continued to end in the end zone. Russell Wilson joins Doug Baldwin for Seattle’s first TD. And as usual now, the celebration was even better than leaked.

There are only so many to go around.

And halfway through the second quarter on Thursday, Mike Davis – The Seahawks starter last week against Rams – has not yet received one. Chris Carson has rushed eight times for 42 meters, while rookie Rashaad Penny has broken 46 meters on five berries. Broad receiver Tyler Lockett has also taken once for a farm.
– Mike Vorel

QUARTER 1

First Quarter Thoughts from Bob Condotta:

  • Without K.J. Wright, Seattle runs most of the time with a nickel defense and uses Bobby Wagner and Barkevious Mingo as linebackers. But Austin Calitro got some snaps in the base defense.
  • Hello, a bad start for Russell Wilson against Green Bay at home? Feels like we’ve seen it before. FWIW, Seattle is 3-0 home against Green Bay in the Wilson era and two featured two of the more memorable comebacks in team history. So maybe there’s another one coming.
  • As bad as the first quarter, Seattle was driving the ball well, with 62 meters on eight berries.

1:45 | Packers 14, Seahawks 3 Rashaad Penny was hesitant to return. Then he returned to the next series. After proving to hurt his ankle on a 30-yun weave in the first quarter, Seahawk’s rookie returned to the field to start the other unit. Penny – who rushed 108 meters against Rams last Sunday – currently has two berries for 27 meters. But Seattle goes three-and-out again. There are two three-and-outs, a turnover and a field goal so far for Seahawks.
– Mike Vorel

3:21 | Packers 14, Seahawks 3 How good is Aaron Rodgers? Packers quarterback uncorked a 54-yard pass and hit the tight end Robert Tonyan (who? Exact.) In the end zone over the head of Bradley McDougald. That’s why Rodgers is a first ballot hall of famer.

6:04 | Packers 7, Seahawks 3 After Mason Crosby misses the chance to extend Packers’ lead to 10, Seahawks crosses and Rashaad Penny runs roughshod … for a game. He walks all over the field to get 30 meters but comes up gimpy and is doubtful to return. The Seahawks can not come to the end zone and settle for a Sebastian Janikowski field goal.

13:46 | Packers 7, Seahawks 0 Well, the Seahawks have probably had better start on a game. Worse? Debatable. Chris Carson fumbles the first game of the game. After Green Bay recovers, Aaron Rodgers makes his first pass to Jimmy Graham ( on his return to Seattle ) and two games later Aaron Jones rushes eight laps in the end zone.

PREGAME

Veteran linebacker KJ Wright was one of Seattle’s seven inactive players, continuing to fight with soreness in a knee that he had surgically repaired in August. Wright returned in week seven and played in three games but could not finish last week against Rams and did not train this week.

Other inactivities included the defensive end Dion Jordan, which was dubbed as doubtful with knee problems. Coach Pete Carroll had shown that he had a chance to play against Packers but with the short week and then the minister at Seattle had also played it carefully.

Jordan has played in seven games this season, inactive because of the health of three others.

Other inactive where: RB CJ Prosise, cornerback Neiko Thorpe, security Delano Hill, Olympic Ethan Pocic and defensive thanks Poona Ford.

Ford is inactive meaning Seattle goes instead with Nazair Jones as backup defensive tackle while Pocic is inactive meaning Seattle goes with Jordan Simmons as backup guard. Pocic, a second round picking out of LSU last year, has played in just five games this season.

Prosise was active last week when Chris Carson was sidelined. But with Carson again healthy, Seattle goes with his usual three tailbacks by Carson, Mike Davis and Rashaad Penny. Prosise, a third round picking 2012, has also played in just five games this season.

Thorpe (ljung) and Hill (quad) were each limited in practice this week.

Hill is inactive meaning Seattle will have to go with Shalom Luani and / or Maurice Alexander as backups.
– Bob Condotta

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