Former Green Bay coach Mike Holmgren led Seattle to a 27-7 victory against the Packers in his first game back at Lambeau Field on November 1, 1999. Tennessee tight end Anthony Firkser became the first player from Harvard to score a touchdown in the playoffs in National Football League history, getting one in the Titans' 20-13 win at New England on Saturday night.
Magic. How do you quantify it?
"I'm so proud of our team, the way we fought", Rudolph said. And Russell Wilson produces quite a bit of it. Now that he knows Wentz is OK, Wilson can focus on trying to take down the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round. Green Bay still has stellar Aaron Jones and is the healthier team overall. They are being treated like a real 13-3 team with really good players and an elite quarterback when that just isn't what they are.
But it was his final catch of the game - a 36-yard leaping grab in the final two minutes - that allowed Seattle to kneel down for the win.
Brees moved the Saints downfield again but Jamaican-born Danielle Hunter of the Vikings knocked loose a fumble, Brees's first of the season, and Minnesota's Jalyn Holmes recovered with 4:18 remaining.
Yes, the Titans finished 9-7 for the 154th consecutive season, but it was a little different this time around. Or are Seattle and Green Bay not as good as their records would indicate? But they have also turned the ball over more on offense as well.
So, how will the Packers fare on Sunday night? But with a divisional round matchup against a red-hot Seattle Seahawks team and a potential conference championship showdown against the Niners on the road, the model isn't high on the Packers lifting the Lombardi Trophy.
If it seems like the Seahawks have played in a lot of close games this season, well, it's because they have.
"Well, we'll go one week at a time, but the Saints are the real deal", Cousins said.
The fun thing with stats is one can make them say whatever they want. Instead, they move down field with chunk plays and if the Packers can limit this, it will make moving the ball much more hard for the Seattle offense.
"Throughout the playoffs, we'll issue Win-Win Playoff Challenges to the opposing communities, all the way to the Super Bowl", said Mayor Genrich.