The Seahawks rallied from a 14-3 first-half deficit to snap a two-game losing streak, as Wilson threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns, while Chris Carson continued to lead Seattle's rush attack. Carson totaled 85 yards on the ground and found the end zone once, helping the Seattle run game stay hot as of late. The Seahawks had 173 rush yards as a team, including 17 yards on five carries from Wilson. Doug Baldwin also recorded a touchdown, his first of the season,, while Tyler Lockett had five catches for 71 yards as Wilson's top target.
Seattle has not lost three straight games since the 2011 season, and they prevented one this time around with a rare one-score victory. The Seahawks had lost the last two games against the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams by once score each, and were 1-8 in its previous nine games decided by just one score.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 332 yards on 21-of-30 throwing, a majority of which came in the first half during the Packers' hot start. He had touchdown passes to Aaron Jones and then tight end Robert Tonyan, which was the first of his career. Rodgers did find Davante Adams 10 times for 166 yards, but the Packers dropped back under .500 at 4-5-1, as they move on to a Sunday night showdown with the Minnesota Vikings. Meanwhile, the Seahawks will visit the Carolina Panthers next Sunday afternoon.