Published: Sun, November 18, 2018
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

Packers Snap Counts: With Graham out, wide receivers fill void

Packers Snap Counts: With Graham out, wide receivers fill void

Pete Carroll had a amusing quote about the adjustments his Seattle Seahawks made at halftime of their game against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night. It helps that when the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers do battle in primetime, something weird usually happens.

Instead, Green Bay went heavy with wide receivers, even with Randall Cobb sidelined and Trevor Davis and J'Mon Moore relegated to special teams.

In the attached video, 710 ESPN Seattle's Mike Salk shares what stood out to him after talking to Carroll about the Seahawks' victory over the Packers. I thought he really came on there at the end of training camp, and he's done a lot of good things. Something drastic must be done to get this team on the right track, and it starts at the top. Seattle promptly managed two first downs putting the game out reach and ending the Packers chances for their first road win of the season.


Valdes-Scantling missed just one snap and St. The Packers led 21-17 at halftime after Aaron Jones caught a 24-yard TD pass from Rodgers in the final minute of the half, but Green Bay's offense was stymied in the second half. Wilson hit Lockett on consecutive plays for 18 yards - to convert a third-down - and 34 yards to the Green Bay 16.

"I don't have the exact extent of the injury, so I'm sure he'll answer that next week for you", McCarthy said.

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