This Sunday afternoon matchup just got a whole lot more interesting.
A week ago, this matchup between the Packers and Seahawks looked like it could feature Jordan Love vs. Geno Smith. Now, it’s set to be a return of both Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson for a matchup of two of the NFC’s best quarterbacks.
The last time these two quarterbacks met came back on Jan. 12, 2020, when the Packers beat the Seahawks 28-23 in the NFC Divisional Round.
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Wilson underwent surgery on Oct. 8 to address a significant finger injury that has sidelined him for three games this season. Prior to his injury, he had been posting MVP-caliber numbers, having completed 72 percent of his passes for 1,196 passing yards with 10 touchdowns and only one interception.
In Wilson’s absence, Smith has performed well. He has completed 70.5 percent of his passes for four touchdowns and no interceptions in his three games starting for Seattle, though the team has gone just 1-2 in those games.
Rodgers missed only last week’s game against the Chiefs after testing positive for COVID-19. Love looked like a rookie against the Chiefs, throwing a touchdown and an interception while completing just 19-of-34 passes for 190 yards. Rodgers had positioned the Packers at 7-1 before his diagnosis as he had 1,894 passing yards with 17 touchdowns and only three picks, with a 67.1 completion percentage.
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Second quarter: Packers 3, Seahawks 0
5:48 p.m.: Wilson gets a pass out to the end zone, but it is incomplete.
5:46 p.m.: Offensive holding called that moves Seattle back to the Green Bay 45. That takes them out of field goal range, and the Seahawks will now try for a Hail Mary with four seconds left.
5:45 p.m.: Great catch along the sideline by DK Metcalf moves the Seahawks up to the Green Bay 35. Wilson tries a deep shot to Tyler Lockett on the next play, but the ball falls incomplete.
5:44 p.m.: Seattle uses its final timeout after a 9-yard catch by Everett moves them up to the Green Bay 42.
5:41 p.m.: Rodgers finds Lazard up the middle, but a heavy hit by Tre Brown knocks the ball out. Seahawks with possession with 1:03 left from their own 34.
5:40 p.m.: Dillon can’t gain the two yards needed for a first on 4th-and-2. The Packers try to draw the Seahawks offsides, but call a timeout. 1:07 left in the half with Green Bay still going for it on fourth down.
5:36 p.m.: The Packers wind the clock down to the two-minute warning.
5:34 p.m.: The call on the field stands, and the Packers maintain possession. Rodgers immediately hits Aaron Jones with a quick pass to pick up the first down and move up eight yards to the Seattle 42-yard line.
5:30 p.m.: Rodgers fumbles the ball, but he’s able to recover the ball at the 48-yard line. Pete Carroll has challenged the play.
5:26 p.m.: Adams nearly breaks loose, but is just caught after a gain of 14 up to the Green Bay 35.
5:22 p.m.: Amari Rodgers retursn the punt out to the Green Bay 17. Packers’ ball with 7:13 left in the half.
5:22 p.m.: Wilson is sacked for a loss of 7, and the Seahawks will have to punt again.
5:20 p.m.: First play of the drive is a 28-yard gain by Will Dissly on a crossing route. Seahawks already in Packer territory.
5:19 p.m.: The Seahawks will start their drive from their own 26.
5:15 p.m. Packers’ scoring play: Rodgers tries to find Cobb in the end zone, but DJ Reed breaks up the pass. Crosby comes out for the 27-yard field goal and makes it. Packers take a 3-0 lead.
5:11 p.m.: Rodgers gets the first down himself, running for eight yards to move the chains and spot the Packers at the Seattle 18.
5:09 p.m.: That Rodgers-to-Adams connection is looking dangerous again. Rodgers hits his favorite target with a 34-yard pass across the middle of the field to move Green Bay up to the Seattle 21-yard line.
5:09 p.m.: Cobb gets a burst of speed on a pass out to the right, and he cuts past the first-down marker for a 6-yard gain.
5:07 p.m.: Another first down through Dillon. This one a screen pass for 12 yards to move Green Bay up to its 34.
5:06 p.m.: Dillon plows ahead for a 7-yard gain to give the Packers a first down at the 22.
First quarter: Packers 0, Seahawks 0
5:01 p.m.: Seattle, too, goes three-and-out. The punt from Dickson is fair caught at the Green Bay 9-yard line.
4:57 p.m.: Swain calls for the fair catch out at the Seattle 49-yard line.
4:56 p.m.: Rodgers attempts a deep pass out to Allen Lazard, but it falls incomplete, and Green Bay goes three-and-out.
4:51 p.m.: A pass for a loss of six and a sack of Wilson forces the Seahawks to punt. Michael Dickson’s punt rolls out of bounds at the Green Bay 7-yard line.
4:49 p.m.: After a pass interference call moves the Seahawks up to the Seattle 45-yard line, Collins rushes for back-to-back gains of 10 and 6 to push the Seahawks into Green Bay territory.
4:48 p.m.: Wilson’s first completion back is a 12-yard grab by Gerald Everett, who gets the first down to start the drive.
4:44 p.m.: Fair catch at the Seattle 9-yard line by Freddie Swain to give possession back to Seattle with 6:09 left in the first quarter.
4:44 p.m.: AJ Dillon tries to get the first down on a 3rd-and-1 rush up the middle, but he’s stopped for a loss of one. Green Bay will punt the ball.
4:39 p.m.: Amari Rodgers returns a 46-yard punt nine yards to the Green Bay 22-yard line.
4:38 p.m.: Officials move the spot back a few inches and rule him down short of the first down. It’s fourth down and the Seahawks will punt.
4:36 p.m.: Wilson scrambles for eight yards for the first down.
4:34 p.m.: The Seahawks start their drive off with a 2-yard rush by Alex Collins. Russell Wilson is forced out of the pocket on the next play and he has to throw the ball away.
4:31 p.m.: Mason Crosby’s attempt from 42 yards out is no good.
4:30 p.m.: A holding penalty and a sack have backed the Packers up to the Seattle 32-yard to set Green Bay up with a 3rd-and-22. Rodgers got nine yards back with a pass to Adams, but they’ll bring the field goal unit out.
4:28 p.m.: Huge gain of 41 yards on a pass deep left to Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Packers up to the Seahawks’ 20-yard line.
4:26 p.m.: Rodgers immediately hits Davante Adams for a 3-yard pass, the first connection between the two of them in three weeks.
4:26 p.m.: Malik Taylor returns the opening kickoff 32 yards up to Green Bay’s 36-yard line. Packers starting on offense.
4:20 p.m.: The Packers have made their entrance, with Aaron Rodgers leading them out of the tunnel.
Packers vs. Seahawks start time
- Date: Sunday, Nov. 14
- Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
The Packers and Seahawks are scheduled to begin their clash at 4:25 p.m. ET at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. It is one of four Sunday afternoon games, with the other matchups being the Panthers at Cardinals, Vikings at Chargers and Eagles at Broncos.
What channel is Packers vs. Seahawks on today?
The Sunday afernoon clash between the Packers and Seahawks is set to be carried by CBS. Jim Nantz will be calling play-by-play with Tony Romo providing analysis. Tracy Wolfson will be reporting from the sidelines.
Fans will also have the option to stream the game via fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.
Packers schedule 2021
|1||Sept. 12||at Saints||4:25 p.m. ET||FOX|
|2||Sept. 20||vs. Lions||8:15 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|3||Sept. 26||at 49ers||8:20 p.m. ET||CBS|
|4||Oct. 3||vs. Steelers||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|5||Oct. 10||at Bengals||1 p.m. ET||FOX|
|6||Oct. 17||at Bears||1 p.m. ET||FOX|
|7||Oct. 24||vs. Washington||1 p.m. ET||FOX|
|8||Oct. 28||at Cardinals||8:20 p.m. ET||NFL/FOX|
|9||Nov. 7||at Chiefs||4:25 p.m. ET||FOX|
|10||Nov. 14||vs. Sehawks||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|11||Nov. 21||at Vikings||1 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|12||Nov. 28||vs. L.A. Rams||4:25 p.m. ET||FOX|
|14||Dec. 12||vs. Bears||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|15||Dec. 19||at Ravens||1 p.m. ET||FOX|
|16||Dec. 25||vs. Browns||3:30 p.m. ET||NFL/FOX|
|17||Jan. 2||vs. Vikings||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|18||Jan. 9||at Lions||1 p.m. ET||FOX|
Seahawks schedule 2021
|1||Sept. 12||at Colts||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|2||Sept. 19||vs. Titans||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|3||Sept. 26||at Vikings||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|4||Oct. 3||at 49ers||4:05 p.m. ET||Fox|
|5||Oct. 7 (Thursday)||vs. Rams||8:20 p.m. ET||Fox/NFLN/Amazon|
|6||Oct. 17||at Steelers||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|7||Oct. 25 (Monday)||vs. Saints||8:15 p.m.||ESPN|
|8||Oct. 31||vs. Jaguars||4:05 p.m. ET||CBS|
|10||Nov. 14||at Packers||4:25 p.m. ET||CBS|
|11||Nov. 21||vs. Cardinals||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|12||Nov. 29 (Monday)||at Washington||8:15 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|13||Dec. 5||vs. 49ers||8:20 p.m. ET||NBC|
|14||Dec. 12||at Texans||1 p.m. ET||Fox|
|15||Dec. 19||at Rams||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|16||Dec. 26||vs. Bears||4:05 p.m. ET||Fox|
|17||Jan. 2||vs. Lions||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|
|18||Jan. 9||at Cardinals||4:25 p.m. ET||Fox|