Found September 21, 2012 on Football Nation:
Green Bay will not have played a game in 10 days when it faces Seattle on Monday night.Green Bay dominated hated rival Chicago Thursday night, 23-10.Both teams are 1-1 and both teams had dismal performances in Week 1 followed by spectacular ones in Week 2.The Packers' defense that was torched and looked confused in Week 1 against San Francisco created havoc against the Bears, recording seven sacks and four interceptions.The offense that was second most prolific in league history a year ago has come out sputtering in 2012.Through eight quarters the offense has just one more touchdown, three, then the Packers' special teams of two.In two games Green Bay ranks 21st in points and 23rd in yards. Disappointing numbers, albeit against two good defenses. It doesn't get easier Monday. Seattle ranks sixth in total defense and third in points allowed.Seattle lost to Arizona in week one in a close game that came down to the last play when Seattle had a chance to win. In Week 2 they ...
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