The Green Bay Packers (8-2) shutout the Seattle Seahawks (3-6), 17-0, in front of 78,235 fans at Lambeau Field this afternoon.
It’s Green Bay’s first shutout since blanking the Buffalo Bills 22-0 on September 30th, 2018. The win also gives Matt LaFleur an 8-0 record after regular season losses.
A.J. Dillion, better known as Quadzilla, had a heck of a game as he finished with 66 rushing yards on 21 carries (3.1 average) and two rushing touchdowns. Dillion also had two receptions for 62 yards.
Aaron Jones left the game with what is being reported as a sprained MCL. Jones finished with 25 rushing yards on seven carries, but did have four receptions for 61 yards.
Devante Adams had a fairly quiet game, but still finished with seven receptions for 78 yards.
Aaron Rodgers completed 23-of-37 passes for 292 yards and threw a red zone interception.
The offense wasn’t great today, but it didn’t need to be.
The defense played really well again today. No one liked the Joe Barry hire — including myself — but so far so good for the most part. But let’s wait for the true litmus test as always — the playoffs.
Rashan Gary hurt his arm during a tackle late in the game and went to the locker room.
The Special Teams had another blunder today as Mason Crosby missed a 42-yard Field Goal in the first possession of the game.
The Packers currently own the top seed in the NFC.
The Packers will play on the road at U.S. Bank Stadium against the Minnesota Vikings (4-5) next Sunday, November 21st. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 PM (Central Time).