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NFL Recap: Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks 28:23

The Green Bay Packers are traveling to San Francisco for the NFC Championship Game! Green Bay put the first half to measure against Seattle – and still had to tremble in the end. But the Seahawks ended their season with more questionable coaching decisions.

In the duel between two teams who want to attack primarily on the run, a central question was: Who can create more big plays and who can find the best mix in play calling? The answer was quickly found – it was the Packers.

Offensive Green Bay appeared significantly more variable than in numerous games this season, attacked efficiently with play action and run pass options and was able to lay down drives for a long time.

Rodgers (16/27, 243 YDS, 2 TD; 2 ATT, 16 YDS) found the first drive a good route combination Davante Adams at Third Down for touchdown and the last two drives of the half were long drives with many plays that led to the end zone. Both times it was a short run by Aaron Jones on Third Down.

The Packers were able to gradually expand their leadership. And Seattle? The Seahawks fell into the problems that were to be feared: Many runs in early downs, poor protection in the normal dropback passing game: Seattle had five drives in which a field goal miss and a successful field goal jumped out. Only one of the five drives brought in more than 35 yards of space.



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