The Russell Wilson-lead Seahawks are 3-0 against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. All 3 of those games were played in Seattle, and everyone knows what happens to visiting teams against the Seahawks.
These three games consisted of 2 very memorable games. Week 3 in 2012 was the infamous “Fail Mary”, and the 2014 NFC championship game included the miracle two-point conversion and ended in overtime with a Russell Wilson-lead TD drive to send Seattle to their second straight Superbowl.
Now the tables are turned. The Packers are at home and have a large chip on their shoulder when it comes to playing the Seahawks. In the 3 games Rodgers has played in Seattle, his TD/INT ratio is 2:3, but at home last season, Rodgers was 25:0.
Needless to say they are a different team at home. The Packers have revenge set in their mind. Seattle’s defense is going to have to tighten up in the secondary if they want to win this game coming off their worst performance in over 3 seasons.
Green Bay will have to tighten up the run defense as they hope to stop Marshawn Lynch. Green Bay surrendered over 180 yards rushing to Matt Forte and the Bears in week 1. This will be yet another amazing match up that you won’t want to miss this Sunday night.