Seahawks vs. Packers: How we see it

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    How will the Packers fare in their season opener against NFC rival, Seattle?

    Here’s how the staff of sees it.

    Bob McGinn: Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson each will do damage passing and running if given time. An old scout once told me that you can’t win on the road without a solid offensive line. The Packers’ defensive front has manhandled the Seahawks’ O-line at Lambeau Field the past two years. It will need to do so again for Green Bay to claim its third straight opener.

    Charlie McGinn: Russell and Co. storm into Lambeau and march the length of the field for an opening drive touchdown. Unfortunately for Seattle fans, Green Bay answers right back. Back and forth we go in a classic Sunday shootout until Green Bay prevails with a late 4th Q touchdown. Green Bay 31 Seattle 27

    Rob Reischel: If Bryan Bulaga can go the full 60 minutes at right tackle, the Packers’ offense should be just fine. If he can’t, Seattle’s bevy of pass rushers will likely wreak havoc on Aaron Rodgers & Co. The Packers better hope old No. 75 can go the distance. Green Bay, 27, Seattle 23

    Mark Eckel: Since Brian Bostick’s ill-fated attempt to catch an onside kick in the 2014 NFC title game, the Packers have played the Seahawks twice and handled them both times, 27-17 and 38-10. The ‘Hawks fly to Green Bay for the third straight year and absorb their third straight loss. Green Bay 24, Seattle 13.

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