Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 532 - Packers Defense vs. Seahawks Offense

On today's show, Jacob and Nick discuss how the Packers' defense matches up against the the Seahawks' offense.

On today's show, Jacob and Nick discuss how the Packers' defense matches up against the the Seahawks' offense. Plus a look back at the Seahawks' record in Wisconsin and a discussion on Seattle's 8-1 record on the road this season. Don't miss it!

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Andy is a graduate of UW-Oshkosh and owns & operates the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Andy has taken multiple courses in NFL scouting and appears weekly on 107.5 The Fan in Green Bay to breakdown film. This past season he was an analyst on Green Bay Nation on WFRV TV in Green Bay. Andy grew up in Green Bay and is a lifelong season ticket holder; follow him on Twitter at @sconniesports.

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January 08, 2020 at 10:40 am

I have to chuckle. you sound just like my brother-in-law when he used to tell me how overrated Favre was and how he was just lucky with no talent blah blah blah. Since he was an avid Viking fan he was so against the Vikings signing Favre but then he had to chance to watch him play for his team. To this day he says he's the best QB he ever watched play. Sounds a lot like the Brady bashing today. You may not like him but please don't try to play the "he's not that good" card. It just sounds ignorant and petty.

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January 08, 2020 at 04:04 pm

Looking at the Seahawks' away games that they've won:
Steelers 28-26: Two points
Cardinals 27-10: Seventeen points
Browns 32-28: Four points
Falcons 27-20: Seven points
49ers 27-24 OT: Three points
Eagles 17-9: Eight points
Panthers 30-24: Six points
Eagles 17-9: Eight points

Total point differential: 55 points above opponents (they've beaten) in away games.

Looking at the Packers' away games we've won:
Bears 10-3: Seven points
Cowboys 34-24: Ten points
Chiefs 31-24: Seven points
Giants 31-13: Eighteen points
Vikings 23-10: Thirteen points
Lions 23-20: Three points

Total point differential: 58 points above opponents (we've beaten) in away games.

Looking at Seahawks' home games they've won:
Bengals 21-20: One point
Rams 30-29: One point
Buccaneers 40-34 OT: Six points
Vikings 37-30: Seven points

Total point differential: 15 points above opponents (they've beaten) in home games.

Looking at the Packers' home games we've won:
Vikings 21-16: Five points
Broncos 27-16: Eleven points
Lions 23-22: One point
Raiders 42-24: Eighteen points
Panthers 24-16: Eight points
Redskins 20-15: Five points
Bears 21-13: Eight points

Total point differential: 56 points more than opponents (we've beaten) in home games.

As you can see, we are evenly matched on the road, but we have a distinct advantage at home. Also, the majority of our close games we've won haven't been nearly as close as the majority of their close games. We have two games that were decided by 4 points or less, the Seahawks have five, and most of those were on the road for them. Why did they only go 21-20 against the Bengals? Jeesh. If the Bengals can nearly topple the Seahawks on a road game, surely we can topple a much-more-banged-up offense this coming Sunday in Lambeau. I believe the Seahawks buckle under the pressure of relying too much on Marshawn Lynch and Metcalf.

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