1. Mike Daniels is a bad, bad man
Daniels couldn’t be single-blocked and bullied his way to 7 tackles and 1.5 sacks, but the lofty stats are just part of the story since Green Bay’s human powder keg also made the most important play of the game.
With the Seahawks backed up on their own 12 yard line, Daniels used his natural power and quick hands to drive past Joeckel and force Russell Wilson to fumble the ball that was recovered at the 6-yard line.
That one play turned the Packers fortunes around, as Ty Montgomery would capitalize on the favorable field position by punching in his team’s first points of the game on the very next play.
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