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Seattle Seahawks 14, Green Bay Packers 12Taking into account the last touchdown to win the game by Russell Wilson (148 total yards, 2 TDs) could have been called an INT, Wilson’s passing day was mostly forgettable save for one beautiful throw for a 41 yard TD in the first half. It’s obvious the plan is to run the ball as much as possible and play good defense, but at some point they’re going to have to let the rookie throw down the field.Aaron Rodgers (240 total yards) was under constant fire from the Seahawks front four, as he was sacked 8 times… in the first half. The Seahawks were constantly flying at Rodgers and taking away receivers, as he wasn’t able to basically be the Rodgers we fantasy leaguers know and love. At this point you have to actually be mindful of the matchups with Rodgers, and the Seahawks defense looks fairly matchup proof.Golden Tate (3-68, 2 TDs) was the only Seahawk receiver that did anything of note, and it’s too bad his beautiful 41 yard TD grab will be ...
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Last night, before the scene that ended the game, Golden Tate impressed against the Green Bay Packers. He's worth an add in your fantasy league.
I’m disappointed that my first article in the wake of the Monday Night Football debacle is a fantasy piece ignoring the larger issue, but, my deadline is my deadline and I owe an article reflecting on my weekend picks. So, you’ll...
The Green Bay Packers suffered one of the most difficult losses in the history of sports, when victory was stolen from them by one of the worst game-ending calls you will ever see. Aaron Rodgers, the starting QB for the Packers and the MVP of league, issued an apology to fans across the league, one [...]
TweetIs it Karma? The Green Bay Packers are robbed by the replacement refs versus the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. The play came on a Hail Mary throw from QB Russell Wilson to WR Golden Tate.
Was it a horrible call by the replacement referees? YES! There is no doubt this was one of the worst calls in recent history, the tuck rule comes to mind as another. As a Giants...
Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy were masterful in handling the fallout from Monday's Seattle debacle, from Rodgers issuing the apology to fans that the league wouldn't dare provide to McCarthy hoping his team shows its "mettle" against the Saints.
Start ‘em & Sit ‘em Week 4
Fantasy Football – Seattle Seahawks Week 4 Predicctions
Well, at least the debacle in Seattle last week resulted in something good – the regular Refs are coming back to work! See – everything happens for a reason!?!
The Seahawks figure to have a much easier time against St. Louis this week although there is not a whole lot of Fantasy Gold...
It was fourth and last chance, throw it up, and pray. I had all but turned the television off, exasperated at another chance for Seattle to make a statement on a national stage.I watched helplessly as Russell Wilson scrambled right, perform the five d's of dodge ball, dodge, duck, dip, dive, dodge, and throw a bomb to the back left corner of the end zone.Who would have known...
Seattle Seahawks (2-1) at St. Louis Rams (1-2)
I love to exploit home/road discrepancies so the Seahawks are one of my favorite teams to bet. Since 2007, they are 29-14 ATS at home and 14-28 ATS on the road. Riding that trend is the reason why I’ve selected every Seahawks game correctly this year and for significant units as well. Going on the road to St. Louis this week, I plan...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The final play of the Packers-Seahawks game is what will most be remembered by anyone who watched the game. However, with 59-plus other minutes to evaluate, Green Bay (now with a 1-2 record this season) has a lot of work to do.
Handing out grades following the Packers' 14-12 loss to the Seahawks:
Passing offense: C-
Between quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the...
It's time to move on, especially with the talented Saints coming to town and in desperate need of win. "You hate it that it affected us and we lost a win because of it, but there's a lot of blame to go around other than referees," Aaron Rodgers said.