Exploding Beyond .500: Why Green Bay Packers beat Seattle Seahawks
By Kenn Korb
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The Packers came out this past weekend with a vengeance, obliterating the Seattle Seahawks on their way to a 38-10 shellacking to get themselves to 7-6.
Even with Aaron Rodgers sitting out practically a whole quarter of action, this game was out of hand fast for the Seahawks, and they never managed to even make a realistic dent in their deficit.
Where did this performance come from? In a season where the Packers have often struggled to look anything like the team fans remember from prior years, how did they pull this game out of nowhere — on one of the league’s perennial best defenses, no less?
Let’s look into that.