15Seahawks looking to rebound at home following bad loss
Russell Wilson and Co. will have the luxury to take to the friendly confines Thursday against the Packers. Unfortunately, Seattle is just 1-2 at home on the season and needs a win here to stay competitive in the NFC Playoff race.
The good news here is that Seattle has found a rushing attack for the first time since Marshawn Lynch literally hung his cleats up. The team put up 273 rushing yards against the Rams last week and ranks No. 1 overall in the NFL in that category. The better news? Green Bay is yielding a robust 4.5 yards per attempt this season. That’s where this game will be won, not through the throwing prowess of one Russell Wilson.