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Green Bay Packers @ Seattle Seahawks – NFL Network, 8:20 PM
Rodgers playing it safe
Aaron Rodgers is well on his way to breaking the PFF throw-away record that was previously set by Philip Rivers two seasons ago. 34 of Rodgers 41 total throw-aways came when he was under pressure, which is the highest total in the NFL.
Rodgers doing great things in the fourth
Aaron Rodgers is mounting an incredible 2018 campaign, but his numbers are even more impressive when you narrow it down to his fourth-quarter performance. Rodgers has yet to throw an interception in the fourth quarter.
Getting it done on the interior
The Packers' interior duo has quietly been putting up some of the best numbers in the league this year.
Clark dominating in all phases
Kenny Clark has been excellent rushing the passer, but his abilities do not stop there.
Wilson is taking advantage of play action
Russell Wilson is inside the top-ten in PFF grade, yards, touchdowns, passer rating and big-time throw percentage when using play-action.
Carson: Hard to bring down
Running back Chris Carson ranks fourth among running backs in yards after contact per attempt this year.
Struggling for pressure
The Seahawks defense has struggled to generate pressure on a consistent basis.
Wagner hasn't missed a beat
Bobby Wagner is currently the highest-graded linebacker in the NFL and has been a tackling machine for his defense.