Well, well, well, if it isn't a 10-point loss.
The Seahawks lost to the Packers on Sunday night 27-17, blowing a fourth quarter lead for the third straight game. Despite the loss however, there were some good things Seattle did which is why they were up 17-13 in the fourth quarter.
Russell Wilson looked a bit better than he did in St. Louis last week, the defense almost made Aaron Rodgers look human for about three quarters, and the defensive line got a little push from guys like Jordan Hill and Ahtyba Rubin. It wasn't a perfect game (as shown by the final score) but 0-2 was something that always looked possible. Would you rather be 0-2 and have Wilson, Earl Thomas, Marshawn Lynch, Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett, etc. or be 2-0 and have Brandon Weeden as your starting quarterback? That's something we also cover in a new segment, "Relatively Speaking."
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