GREEN BAY – With Aaron Rodgers looking rusty after missing a game due to COVID-19, the Green Bay Packers‘ defense stepped up and shut down Russell Wilson and the Seattle offense in a 17-0 victory Sunday at Lambeau Field.
Wilson, who also made his return to action from finger surgery was shut out for the first time in his 10-year career.
Running back AJ Dillon had a big game, scoring two touchdowns, and the defense intercepted Wilson twice (both in the end zone).
The Packers improved to 8-2 and became the current top seed in the NFC after Arizona’s loss to Carolina. The Seahawks fell to 3-6.
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