Saturday, January 12, 2008

End of 3rd quarter: Packers 35 - Seahawks 20

On the Packers first drive of the second half, after holding Seattle on their first drive, they scored a TD on their fifth straight drive to go up 35-17. Ryan Grant went over 100 yards for the game on the drive, and Brett threw his first TD pass of the season to a running back (not his first TD pass of the season...well, you know what I mean). Brandon Jackson took a little dump off pass 12 yards for a TD.

On Seattle's next series, they were able to take the ball down to within field goal range and converted to make the score 35-20.

On the Pack's next drive, Grant broke off a 41-yard run to take the ball down to the Seattle 16. Grant has already set a Packers playoff record for rushing yardage with 167 yards on 20 carries...and we're just going into the fourth quarter.

The snow is falling hard and you can't even see the yard markers any longer. It's becoming hard to even see the players...especially the guys in the white uniforms.