Some fans like to prognosticate their team’s future in tattoo form. Fans like this Seattle Seahawks moron. That totally always works out perfectly!
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman didn’t seem to like each other much after meeting in week 1. They LOVE each other now.
With the Green Bay Packers playing the Seattle Seahawks again, you knew Fail Mary ref Lance Easley was going to come out of the woodwork again. Listen to this sob story.
The Green Bay Packers met the Seattle Seahawks back in week 1. They’ll meet them again in the NFC Championship. A lot has changed since the first match-up. Here’s a look at the Seahawks.
Aaron Rodgers hopes Richard Sherman gets some work this season. Maybe, if he actually tried to cover the opposition’s No. 1 receiver…
The Green Bay Packers got throttled by the Seattle Seahawks in week 1. If you want to know who’s at fault, look no further than this breakdown.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman appears to have confronted Aaron Rodgers about avoiding him on Thursday night. Because he’s that insecure.
In the aftermath of the Green Bay Packers 36-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, here’s Stream of Consciousness Monday (Friday version). Ten quick-hitters on the loss.
We’re still embarrassed, but not quite as angry. So here are five more rational thoughts about the Green Bay Packers 36-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
The Green Bay Packers were totally outclassed by the Seattle Seahawks in the season opener, falling 36-16. This team didn’t belong on the same field as the champs.
The NFL season kicks off with the Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks. Here are our keys and how we’re picking the game.
The Seattle Seahawks big, bad defense is worried about Green Bay Packers rookie center Corey Linsley. So much so that they’re praying for him. We’re sure he’s appreciative.
Hey everyone, Fail Mary referee Lance Easley would really like to visit you all in Green Bay. He’s pretty sure you’ll see it his way once you hear him tell it.
You thought Lance Easley was all but dead and gone. Nope. And Seattle Seahawks fans still love him. Here they all our laughing it up at our expense.
The Green Bay Packers are opening the NFL season at the Seattle Seahawks. The Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys were also considered for that game.
Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider says the Green Bay Packers aren’t getting the right kind of players. Who’s fault is that? Has to be Ted Thompson’s.
Paying a quarterback top dollar can prevent a team from fielding a top-tier defense. So which is better? A top QB or a top defense? We break down the stats.
John Schneider is the Seattle Seahawks general manager, but he has a lot of ties to Green Bay. Speculation has begun that he’ll one day take over for Ted Thompson.
The contrast between how Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson and Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider build a roster is stark. One team is regressing while the other is ascending. We break it down.
Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider used to be one of Ted Thompson’s boys. Well, Ted probably never pictured a scene like this one.