Morning Buzz: Saving a season in the snow
Welcome to your game day Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at PackersNews.com. Grab a cup of coffee (or brew some tea, if that’s your thing) and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers as they get set to take on the Seattle Seahawks in snowy Lambeau Field later this afternoon.
Bob McGinn’s game preview is, as always, you best place to start on game day.
In their last two games against Seattle, the Packers have played solid defense in all but one quarter (and overtime). The key to victory is making the Seahawks pay for their porous offensive line, making life miserable for Russell Wilson and forcing punts and/or turnovers. Points will be at a premium. The offense will need some short fields.
In case you hadn’t heard, it’s going to be incredibly snowy during today’s game:
Michael Cohen takes a look at how the Packers deal with the snow.
Be sure to catch Tom Silverstein and LeRoy Butler’s videos this week. Tons of great Packers stuff, along with a touching tribute to LeRoy’s mother who recently passed away:
Ryan Wood has all the latest on the injury front, including Clay Matthews being listed as questionable.
Great stuff from NFL Films here as Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was mic'd up against Houston last week:
Really liked this piece on books that are influencing the Seahawks:
Aaron Rodgers has great red zone numbers this season:
Nice piece from Rob Demovsky for ESPN on Makinton Dorleant:
Incredibly unique story on Father Jim Baraniak of Green Bay from the MMQB:
You can get all of the MMQB’s Green Bay content from their week spent embedded in the city here:
Here are our predictions for the game: