Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks: TV Schedule, Start Time, Scores and Highlights

The Green Bay Packers meet the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game on January 18 at the CenturyLink Field.

The Packers (13-4) pulled off a remarkable victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday to advance. Aaron Rodgers completed 24 of 35 passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns despite playing with a calf injury that limited his mobility. Rodgers has completed 69 percent of his passes against the defense of the Cowboys.

Without a doubt, the injury of Rodgers will affect the outcome of the game against the defense of the Seahawks on Sunday. Running back Eddie Lacy can be the player to remove some of the burdens on Rodgers. Lacy has reached more than 100 rushing yards in the last two games. If Lacy can derail the defense of Seattle, then Rodgers and the Packers will have a chance to be in the Super Bowl.

As part of the offensive attacks, Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson will be active than ever. Both receivers were combined for 40 receptions in the last three games.

The Seattle Seahawks easily dominated the game against the Panthers last Saturday. Seattle is a game away to the Super Bowl, where they won last season.

With the best defense in the NFL, the Seahawks has given up 14 or less points in six of their last seven games. Richard Sherman continues to be one of the key defenders as quarterbacks are throwing a pass to him.

Russel Wilson threw for 268 yards and three touchdowns in 15 of 22 passes against Carolina’s defense. Wilson has been consistent in his approach to the game. Wilson had five touchdowns against one interception in the last three games.

Defensively, the Seahawks are allowing 185.6 yards in passing (1st in the NFL) and 81.5 in rushing (3rd in the NFL).

Packers vs Seahawks start time is at 3:05 PM ET. Packers vs Seahawks tv schedule is on Fox. Packers vs Seahawks scores and highlights will be posted here after the game.

Packers vs Seahawks line, point spread, and odds: -7 Seattle, Over/Under: 46.5.

Prediction: Seattle will win.

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