There are bad losses. There are sickening losses. And then there’s what happened to the Packers on Sunday in Seattle. Here are eight plays and sequences that allowed the Seahawks to steal one.
The Packers remain — understandably — distraught following their devastating loss to the Seahawks. Packers guard Josh Sitton said he’d have rather missed the playoffs than lose in that fashion.
Had Brandon Bostick stuck to his assignment on Seattle’s game-changing onside kick, the Packers might be Super Bowl bound. But that didn’t happen, leaving Bostic to say: "I let my team down."
The Packers controlled the game for 57 minutes Sunday, but it’s the Seahawks who are going to the Super Bowl. Some overly conservative play from Mike McCarthy is one reason Green Bay’s offseason starts now.
Quarterbacks avoiding Richard Sherman and his side of the field is hardly a new trend. Does the Seahawks’ shutdown cornerback think Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will do the same Sunday?
The Packers got rolled the last time they entered CenturyLink Field. But several players believe that previously dealing with one of the NFL’s most boisterous crowds will help in the NFC Championship game.
One faction of the Green Bay Packers has become obsessed with a board game over the past two months. Find out why the Packers offensive line is so competitive about "Settlers of Catan."
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll admits failing to recognize Clay Matthews’ greatness at USC. Will the Green Bay Packers linebacker come back to haunt his former coach on Sunday?
Morgan Burnett says he wouldn’t do anything different about his interception that ended with the Packers defender sliding to the turf on his own. Another view of the play might make Burnett think twice.
Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson accepted blame Sunday for Vince Young’s inability to nail down a roster spot. Did the Packers treat Young fairly?