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Seattle Seahawks Fall To Green Bay Packers, 38-10

The Seahawks move to 8-4-1 on the season following a 38-10 road loss to the Green Bay Packers.

The Seahawks dropped to 8-4-1 on the season following a 38-10 defeat against the Packers on Sunday at Green Bay's Lambeau Field, where quarterback Russell Wilson was intercepted a career-high five times, and where the Seattle defense surrendered its most points of the year.

Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdowns passes, finishing the day 18-of-23 for 246 yards and a 150.8 rating before giving way to backup Brett Hundley. 

The Packers went into halftime with a 21-3 lead, with Rodgers recording a perfect passer rating of 158.3 while going 12-of-15 for 202 yards and two touchdown passes, one to Davante Adams and another to Jordy Nelson. Ty Montgomery ran for the Packers' other first-half score, punching it in for a 1-yard touchdown in the game's second quarter. Green Bay averaged 8.5 yards per play in the first two quarters, totaling 254 yards of offense at the break.

The Seahawks, meanwhile, put up three points in the first half, marching 64 yards on 13 plays on their first drive of the game, capped by a 28-yard field goal from kicker Steven Hauschka. But their next five first-half drives yielded no points, with three drives ending in punts and two more ending in interceptions by Wilson, who finished 20-of-37 for 211 yards and a touchdown to go along with the five picks, also adding four carries for 19 yards.

Thomas Rawls led the way for Seattle on the ground, rushing 12 times for 67 yards. Doug Baldwin was the Seahawks' leading receiver, making six grabs for 46 yards. Fullback Marcel Reece, who signed with the club this past week, made two catches for 38 yards. Rookie wideout Tanner McEvoy had the Seahawks' lone touchdown, making a 21-yard grab for a fourth-quarter score.

With the Arizona Cardinals (5-7-1) also losing Sunday, the Seahawks maintain their three-game lead in the division.

Seattle will operate on a short week this week, returning to Virginia Mason Athletic Center on Monday to prepare for a Thursday Night Football game against the NFC West rival Los Angeles Rams. Kickoff is set for 5:25 p.m. PT on December 15 with national television coverage on NBC. 

Action photos from the Seahawks' Week 14 game against the Packers at Green Bay's Lambeau Field.

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