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Seahawks vs. Packers: 4 winners, 3 losers from Seattles exciting win

Seattle Seahawks had their backs against the wall and playoff hopes on the line Thursday night. Since the fourth quarter,…

Seattle Seahawks had their backs against the wall and playoff hopes on the line Thursday night. Since the fourth quarter, they put together a 75-yard touchdown device to steal a 27-24 victory against Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers finished the night with 332 fitting turns and two touchdowns. But when he had a chance to drive the field for a game-playing field or forward-looking touchdown, Seahawk’s defense is kept to preserve the win.

Now the Seahawks are 5-5 and in the thick of NFC Wild Short Run. Green Bay fell to 4-5-1 of the year with all five losses coming in. It will be a boost for Packers to get back into the competitive NFC Northern Race with the Vikings and the Bear who fight for the top leak.

Here are four winners and three losers from Thursday:

Winner: The Seahawks Rashaad Penny’s back season, Rashaad Penny, broke out last week against Rams, and he saw split again in week 1

1. Early in the game, he dazzled with a 30 -yard driving that left many Packers defenders looks stupid:

Penny got up on the go. He finished with only eight berries 46 meters, but it cleared the way for Chris Carson to shine with 83 meters on 17 berries and a touchdown.

Mike Davis added another 26 rushing yards on just four berries, making it a collective effort of 155 meters on 29 berries from the trio. It will make the trick.

Winner: Packers Outside Linebacker Kyler Fackrell

The most wild about Kyler Fackrell’s game is that he only finished with three bags. Fackrell was an unstoppable force all night, although it helped – even after two sacks earlier in the game – Seahawks not block him:

Fackrell had three bags against the bills earlier this season, making him and TJ Watt de Only two passports in the NFL with several three-season shows so far in 2018. If he can combine hat tricks before the end of the year, Fackrell will set a franchise post .

] Loser: Packers coach Mike McCarthy

Early in the game, drove back Aaron Jones finally saw as if he was part of the crime that Aaron Rodgers has asked for him to be.

It also worked. Jones did an 8-yard rushing touchdown in the first quarter and received a 24-yard touchdown in the second. Then he disappeared and finished the game with 11 berries.

But the abuse of an offensive weapon aside, McCarthy really rubbed the fourth quarter.

Although the game showed a deep pass to Tyler Lockett, the ground chose McCarthy not to risk losing a timeout through challenging.

The Seahawks made a short-term touchdown card thereafter.

When Packers was stuck with a short fourth in the last minutes, McCarthy trusted his defense to get hold of and get back the ball. They did not.

McCarthy has been accused of holding back Rodgers, and it was not really Thursday. Rodgers had a chance to win the game and blew it on his last run. But it was far from a great night for McCarthy either.

The real hero of this game is Rodgers, who threw a ball almost 60 meters on the money while rolling right and balanced. But let’s nod to Tonyan, Packers FOURTH-STRING tight end, who made his first career in style:

Tonyan is a second-year undrafted player who had not taken a passport since his days with Indiana State Sycamores. After spending his rookie years on Lions and Packer’s training plans, he continued with the active roster. Now he is playing. Or at least one really good game.

Loser: Snap count

There were incorrect starting redundant Thursday. It’s not atypical in loud place like CenturyLink Field, but it’s strange when it’s home team that keeps jumping.

The problem may have had less to do with noise and more to do with some common tactics of Packers: [19659027] Packers DL continues to bark out the snapshot and move. They may not imitate the snap bill.

– Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) November 16, 2018

No punishment ever punished for Packers to simulate the cops, but the Seahawks did not have so much trouble in the second half after four wrong punishments before half past time.

Winner: Packers Broad Receiver Davante Adams

Green Bay raised eyebrows when giving Adams a four-year extension of $ 58 million just before the end of the 2017 season, but all he made is proving he’s worth it.

Adams did not go into the end zone against Seahawks, but he set a career high by 166 meters on 10 receptions. It was the fourth time in six games that Adams ended with more than 130 receiving laps, which put him behind just Julio Jones this season.

His biggest game on the game was a 57-yard catching down the right sideline despite having one

He often does not remember when people are called the best recipients in the league but Adams continues to show that he can earn a place in that conversation.

Wilson’s statistics were not so bad at the end of the night, and yes, he finally won enough to win. He had 225 yards and two touchdowns, but it could have been a light victory for the Seahawks if Wilson had a better night. His worst mistakes did not appear in the box’s points.

He missed a wide open Doug Baldwin early in the game for what should have been a simple touchdown.

He killed Seahawk’s chance to score before half-time when he made an inexplicable illegal front side lateral.

Wilson also got a declined pass for an 11-year loss instead of letting it fall to the ground. When there was a mistake to be made, Wilson seemed to find a way to do it.

He did not beat the goat of the night. That difference belonged to McCarthy. Wilson’s game-winning touchdown drive saved the day for Seahawks, although it was not enough to land him in the winner’s column. But who really cares about it?

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