The Green Bay Packers were major underdogs heading into Seattle to face the Seahawks in the NFC Championship game. They didn’t pay any attention to those predictions and have started the game off very well.
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Aaron Rodgers has had a lot of attention on him throughout this past week due to the calf injury that he has been dealing with since Week 17 of the regular season, and he has looked good early on in the game. The Packers failed to score a touchdown on their first two possessions, despite being on the one yard line, and took a 6-0 lead early.
That being said, on the third drive Rodgers was able to get his team into the end zone. On a play where the Seahawks jumped offside and gave the Packers a free play, Rodgers moved to his right and threw a bullet to Randall Cobb in the back of the end zone for a 13-yard touchdown pass. Green Bay has looked calm and collected, while the Seahawks have yet to do anything offensively.
Take a look at the 13-yard touchdown pass from Rodgers to Cobb for yourself:
This game is far from over, and the Seahawks are going to make their run at some point. Seattle is too talented of a football team to allow the Packers to run all over them at home. Despite that fact, the Packers have dominated the game so far to this point.
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