Packers shut out Seahawks, 17-0
GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Green Bay Packers shut out the Seattle Seahawks, 17-0, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 14, with a stellar defensive performance at Lambeau Field.
Sunday's victory earns Green Bay the top seed in the NFC with an 8-2 record on the season.
The Packers had two interceptions on the day against Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson in his first game back after sitting out due to a finger injury.
Aaron Rodgers finished his comeback game going 23-37, 292 yards, and an interception after sitting out last week against Kansas City in COVID-19 protocol.
Rodgers has now won 11 consecutive regular-season home games vs. non-divisional opponents.
Unfortunately, injuries plagued the Packers Sunday with running back Aaron Jones, linebacker Rashan Gary and linebacker Whitney Mercilus suffering in-game contusions.
Green Bay travels to Minneapolis to face the Vikings next Sunday, Nov. 21.