Green Bay Packers: Offense does its job in win over Seahawks

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Sep 20, 2015; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) scrambles away from Seattle Seahawks defensive end Demarcus Dobbs (95) in the second quarter at Lambeau Field. Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

The streak lives on

Here are adjectives that describe the Packers that beat the Seahawks at Lambeau Field:

  • patience — Aaron Rodgers was ever so patient, taking what the Seahawks gave him; never getting flustered; confident in himself and the players around him.
  • concentration — Receivers concentrated on catching the ball. I cannot remember seeing any bobbles or drops the entire game. Most of the incompletions came as a result of Aaron throwing the ball away.
  • stout — The offensive line was stout. Aaron Rodgers was given time to move around the pocket, extended plays with his legs and found lanes to run and scramble through. Don Barclay filled in well for injured Bryan Bulaga.
  • perseverance — The Packers could have let this one get away after the Seahawks scored two touchdowns on their first two possessions of the 2nd half. Players were injured. Others like James Starks and Ty Montgomery stepped up and played major roles in sealing this victory.

Aaron Rodgers was just so very good again. He hung in the pocket, slipped and slid when he felt the pressure and got rid of the ball when no one was open. He finished 25-of-33 for 249 yards and two touchdowns. No interceptions.

"Long live the streak. Aaron Rodgers has gone 1,022 days, 545 passes and 43 TDs without an interception at Lambeau Field"

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