Seahawks vs. Packers: Score, Stats & Highlights

Aaron Rodgers hasnt thrown an interception in home in the regular season since 2012.

Aaron Rodgers hasn’t thrown an interception in home in the regular season since 2012.

Final Score

Seattle Seahawks 3-0-14-0 — 17
Green Bay Packers  10-3-3-11 — 27

The Packers overcame the loss of running back Eddie Lacy to beat the Seahawks 27-17 in a rematch of last year’s NFC title game.

Lacy left with an ankle injury early in the game and did not return. X-rays were negative according to reports, but he may miss action as a result.

The Packers had a 10-point lead erased in the third quarter, but scored the last 14 points of the game to prevail. Aaron Rodgers continued his ridiculous stretch of not throwing an interception at home to 18 games with a pair of touchdown passes.

Check below for stats and highlights of the game:

Key Stats

Aaron Rodgers (GB): 25-for-33, 249 yards, 2 TD
James Starks (GB): 20 carries, 95 yards
Randall Cobb (GB): 8 catches, 116 yards
Russell Wilson (SEA): 19-for-30, 205 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT; 10 carries, 78 yards
Marshawn Lynch (SEA): 15 carries, 41 yards
Doug Baldwin (SEA): 7 catches, 91 yards, 1 TD

James Jones Caught a Touchdown Pass in the Opening Minutes

Packers receiver James Jones continued his renaissance, hauling in a touchdown from Aaron Rodgers to give Green Bay a 7-0 lead. The 31-year-old beat Richard Sherman to the ball for the 29-yard hookup.

Later in the period, a Mason Crosby field goal made it 10-0.

Seahawks Banged a Field Goal Off the Post to Get on the Board

Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka cut the Packers lead to a touchdown when he hit a 54-yard field goal off the post and through the uprights late in the first quarter.

Fred Jackson Got his 1st Seahawks Touchdown in the 3rd Quarter

Veteran addition Fred Jackson caught a touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to pull the Seahawks to within 13-10 early in the third quarter. The 34-year-old Jackson had just seven career receiving touchdowns prior to the one from Wilson.

Doug Baldwin Gave the Seahawks the Lead

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And just like that the Seahawks completed the comeback to take the lead. A Packers three-and-out gave the Seahawks the ball back, and they went four plays to take the lead.

Rodgers to Rodgers Connection Gave the Packers a 4th Quarter Lead

The Packers responded to the Seahawks run with 11 unanswered points to take a 24-17 lead. Aaron Rodgers found tight end Richard Rodgers for the touchdown, then the two hooked up again for the 2-point conversion.

The Seahawks were unable to respond as Russell Wilson threw an interception on the ensuing drive, setting up a Packers field goal that iced the game.

Preview: Packers & Seahawks Meet at Lambeau Field

Jimmy Graham L) caught a touchdown in his first game with the Seahawks.

Jimmy Graham (L) caught a touchdown in his first game with the Seahawks. (Getty)

Sundays showdown between the Packers and Seahawks features plenty of stars — Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy, Russell Wilson, Jimmy Graham and Richard Sherman among others — for fans to enjoy take the field against one another.

The Seahawks are in danger of falling to 0-2 after dropping last weekends game against St. Louis. Last season, Seattle started out 3-3 before winning nine of its last 10 games. Marshawn Lynch has held to 73 yards against the Rams, and will likely be busy against the Packers as the Seahawks try to keep Aaron Rodgers off the field.

Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga will miss the game with a sprained knee that he suffered in practice on Thursday. Though he’s had injuries in the past, this one doesn’t appear to be serious.

The teams havent played at Lambeau Field since 2009, when the Packers ran out 48-10 winners. That was before the Pete Carroll era, though.

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