Packers Beat Seahawks 17-9 To Take NFC Heavyweight MatchSeattle managed just three field goals. Wilson was held to 14 of 27 for 158 yards. The Packers held decisive edges in total yardage (370-225) and first downs (26-12). Green Bay held the ball for 39 minutes.
Seahawks Sign Running Back Eddie LacyThe Seahawks and Lacy agreed to terms on a one-year deal Tuesday
Keidel: Lions-Packers For NFC North Title A Fitting End To NFL SeasonDepending on earlier games, the loser may well toil in winter purgatory, watching the very party they were four quarters from joining.
NFL Playoffs: Every Possible Scenario Heading Into Week 17There's plenty that remains to be determined in Week 17 and many fans will have to wait until the final clock strikes zero to know their team's fate.
Russell Wilson Intercepted 5 Times In Loss To PackersIt was a the most picks thrown by the fifth-year pro since Seattle's improbable NFC Championship win over Green Bay in January 2015. This time, however, Seattle couldn't overcome early mistakes
Seahawks' Russell Wilson Seeks To Shake Off Loss
Seahawks Looking For First Win In Green Bay Since 1999With win this weekend, Russell Wilson would move one behind Atlanta's Matt Ryan (56) for most victories in any quarterback's first five seasons
Each Of The Seahawks' Playoff ScenariosSeattle's seeding and opponent won't be decided until Sunday Night
Seahawks Fall To PackersThe Seahawks dropped to 0-2 for the first time since 2011
WATCH: Luke Willson One-Handed Catch Against PackersA Wilson-to-Willson pass ended with a one-handed, twisting catch
Seattle In Need Of Bounce Back Against Green BaySure, the Rams were a very mediocre 6-10 a season ago, but they also have played the Seahawks tough in recent times, including a win over Seattle a season ago in St. Louis. Couple that with the fact that any division game figures to be tough, and you have the recipe that was Sunday's loss to the Rams.
Fan Who Caught Seahawks' Kearse TD Ball Looking For Big Score Before Serving Jail TimeThe lucky fan who caught the game-winning touchdown ball at the NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field may return the ball to the Seahawks wide receiver who threw it into the stands.