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Thursday 11/15/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




GREEN BAY (4 - 4 - 1) at SEATTLE (4 - 5)
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Week 11 Thursday, 11/15/2018 8:20 PM
Board OpenLatest
307GREEN BAY49.548.5
GREEN BAY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-4-0.34-55-424.811.2403.3(6.4)
Road Games0-4-4.31-32-221.08.5397.0(6.3)1.530.519.2374.7(6.1)0.2
Last 3 Games1-2-12-10-325.012.7368.0(6.5)
Turf Games0-1-10-10-117.010.0368.0(5.4)
GREEN BAY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.811.221.831:1422-116(5.2)25-4060.9%288(7.1)63-403(6.4)(16.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.611.620.130:4425-108(4.3)22-3464.2%241(7)59-349(5.9)(14.8)
Offense Road Games21.08.521.730:4020-105(5.2)25-4259.4%291(6.9)63-397(6.3)(18.9)
Defense (All Games)24.014.919.929:5327-121(4.5)20-3361.9%225(6.9)60-346(5.8)(14.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.812.520.531:3827-115(4.3)22-3465.1%239(7)61-354(5.8)(14.8)
Defense Road Games30.519.222.229:2032-129(4)17-2958.5%245(8.3)61-375(6.1)(12.3)
GREEN BAY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.71.6212-538.4%1-152.6%2-42(24.9)15-2(9.6)6-56
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-536.6%1-050.0%3-62(23.1)1-8(7.6)5-36
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 13-538.3%1-156.7%2-47(24)16-2(9.5)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-541.5%0-050.0%2-48(21.2)1-3(2.7)5-45

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5-0.85-33-624.312.9348.1(5.9)0.921.311.1346.9(6.1)1.8
Home Games1-2-1.12-11-224.014.7341.3(5.4)0.323.713.0382.0(7)1.7
Last 3 Games1-2-0.82-11-225.315.0394.3(6.2)0.725.014.3387.3(7.1)1.0
Turf Games1-2-1.12-11-224.014.7341.3(5.4)0.323.713.0382.0(7)1.7
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.312.920.030:5432-152(4.8)18-2766.0%196(7.1)59-348(5.9)(14.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.511.619.930:0926-120(4.5)21-3365.6%236(7.2)59-356(6)(15.2)
Offense Home Games24.014.721.032:5834-152(4.4)18-2964.0%189(6.6)63-341(5.4)(14.2)
Defense (All Games)21.311.121.029:0624-119(5)22-3465.6%228(6.8)57-347(6.1)(16.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.312.920.730:1126-118(4.6)22-3465.8%247(7.4)59-365(6.2)(15)
Defense Home Games23.713.021.727:0224-160(6.8)18-3159.8%222(7.2)54-382(7)(16.1)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 11-437.4%1-060.0%2-45(20.4)2-16(7.2)7-59
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.41.3 12-538.1%1-152.0%2-37(21.7)18-2(9)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 10-325.8%1-166.7%4-77(21)3-16(5.3)9-68
Average power rating of opponents played: GREEN BAY 19.6,  SEATTLE 20.3
GREEN BAY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2018@ WASHINGTON17-31L-2L46.5O17-10027-45-240135-16612-20-2201
10/7/2018@ DETROIT23-31L1.5L50O20-9832-52-423328-9414-26-1700
10/15/2018SAN FRANCISCO33-30W-9L46.5O21-11625-46-405030-17416-23-2273
10/28/2018@ LA RAMS27-29L7.5W57U19-10618-30-253134-13520-36-2810
11/4/2018@ NEW ENGLAND17-31L5L56U25-11824-43-250131-12323-36-3100
11/15/2018@ SEATTLE            
11/25/2018@ MINNESOTA            

SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/17/2018@ CHICAGO17-24L5L41.5U22-7422-36-202227-8625-34-1852
9/30/2018@ ARIZONA20-17W-3.5L40U34-17119-26-160028-9215-27-1711
10/7/2018LA RAMS31-33L7W50.5O32-19013-21-183030-15523-32-3132
10/28/2018@ DETROIT28-14W3W48U42-17614-17-237013-3427-40-2973
11/4/2018LA CHARGERS17-25L0L49U32-15426-39-202122-16013-26-2150
11/11/2018@ LA RAMS31-36L9.5W51O34-27317-26-141123-14928-39-3070
11/15/2018GREEN BAY            
11/25/2018@ CAROLINA            
12/2/2018SAN FRANCISCO            
GREEN BAY: QB Aaron Rodgers' presence was sorely missed after he broke his collarbone in Week 6 of last season. While much of the blame for Green Bay missing the playoffs can be placed on Rodgers' injury, the truth is that Rodgers' skill-position weapons proved themselves to be rather useless when not playing with an all-time great QB. The Packers hope TE Jimmy Graham can breathe some life into their receiving corps. After giving up the most yards per pass attempt in the NFC (7.9), the Packers traded away CB Damarious Randall and lost versatile S Morgan Burnett to free agency. CBs Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson, first- and second-round draft picks respectively, need to get up to NFL speed in a hurry. Nick Perry and Clay Matthews are solid edge-rushers and DL Mike Daniels is a force up front. But if the Pack can't cover, they'll be forced into shootouts.
SEATTLE: Seattle has a flimsy O-line, but QB Russell Wilson is one of the greatest on-the-move passers in league history, not to mention his prowess as a runner. WR Doug Baldwin is a true No. 1 and the only proven asset in the receiving group. After three seasons of RB futility (no Seattle RB reached 250 rushing yards last season), the Hawks have high hopes for first-round draft pick RB Rashaad Penny and RB Chris Carson, who missed 12 games in 2017. The Legion of Boom has been largely dismantled as Seattle parted ways with so many key contributors this offseason'coordinator Kris Richard, CB Richard Sherman, S Kam Chancellor and DL Michael Bennett, to name a few. The outstanding LB duo of Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright will continue to the anchor the defense, while emerging stars DE Frank Clark and DT Jarran Reed will have to rise to the occasion.
Seahawks' Wilson, Packers' Rodgers set to rekindle rivalry

In 2014, the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks played in the NFC Championship Game. While those teams are still led by the same coaches (Green Bay's Mike McCarthy and Seattle's Pete Carroll) and quarterbacks (Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers and Seattle's Russell Wilson), plenty has changed.

First and foremost, it's their place in the standings. Green Bay enters Thursday night's game at Seattle's CenturyLink Field with a 4-4-1 record. Seattle is 4-5. With those records, this could serve as an elimination game considering the state of the loaded NFC.

"The reality is both teams are at a point in the season, past the halfway point, where we both need wins to stay alive in this NFC playoff picture," Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said. "So it's a pivotal game in that regard. But especially playing on the road and playing in a difficult environment, it'll be a big one if we come up and get a win out there. Hopefully, we carry that forward after this past week."

Both teams believe they are better than their records would indicate. Green Bay had a late lead at the Los Angeles Rams and was driving toward a fourth-quarter lead at New England. All five of Seattle's losses have come by one score.

"It's finishing at the right time, making the right play," Carroll said. "We've been so good at those games for such a long time that the fact that it's not happening is a little bit unusual. I'm disappointed because we've been able to always feel like we're going to win those games and do it. We still have the same mentality about it and attitude about it, but we've got to show it. We've got to get those finishes done."

Since breaking into the league as a third-round pick out of Wisconsin in 2012, Wilson has experienced a great deal of success, winning more than 66 percent of his 117 career starts.

During his first six NFL seasons, many of Wilson's most memorable victories came at the expense of Rodgers and the Packers, as Seattle defeated Green Bay three consecutive times between 2012 and 2014.

Preparing to duel with Rodgers once again, Wilson reflected on their prior battles and is looking forward to the latest installment in one of the NFC's best rivalries.

"There's obviously been some great games, there's been some great moments. Definitely tough battles, just games that come down to the wire," Wilson said, adding: "Aaron's a great football player. Every time you play a great quarterback and play some great teams like the Packers -- they have so much history, they know how to do it -- every one of those moments you cherish and you look forward to those opportunities."

Like most of his quarterback brethren in the NFL, Wilson can only marvel at the brilliance of Rodgers, a future Hall of Famer who has thrown 17 touchdown passes and only one pick this season despite playing with a sprained knee.

"I think what makes Aaron so great is he's clutch." Wilson said on Tuesday. "I think that he obviously has great arm talent. He understands the game, he works at it. He knows how to make plays. There's only a few guys in the world, at every position, when you think about guys making plays in tough moments, like how did he do that -- he's one of those guys for sure. It's always fun watching him."

The quarterbacks are stars, but the key could be the running games. Aaron Jones rushed for a career-high 145 yards and two touchdowns in Green Bay's 31-12 victory over Miami on Sunday. He leads the NFL with 6.8 yards per carry. In back-to-back losses to the Chargers and Rams, the Seahawks yielded 7.3 yards per carry and 6.5 yards per carry, respectively. With Rodgers' inconsistent play this season, the Packers almost certainly will try to get Jones going early.

Seattle, on the other hand, has the most run-heavy offense in the league and is No. 1 in rushing with 152.2 yards per game. Green Bay's run defense got chewed up by Miami's Frank Gore during the first half last week before settling down. The Packers are 21st with 4.5 yards allowed per carry.

"Their run attempts is the primary focus for them," McCarthy said. "You just look at their last game, the production they're getting from the run game. I think as you go through the defensive game plans each and every week, it's to try to make the offense one dimensional. Their run game is a huge challenge."

Last Updated: 5/25/2019 8:05:25 AM EST

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