By JERRY TAPP
Here are a handful of stats regarding the Green Bay Packers all-time series versus their season-opening opponent, the Seattle Seahawks.:
The Packers lead the series, 12-8. They are 10-7 in regular season games versus the Seahawks and 2-1 in the playoffs.
- The Packers have won the last two contests.
- The home team is 15-5 in this series; Seattle is 5-2 at home against the Pack … the Packers are 10-3 at Lambeau Field when hosting Seattle.
- Since 2000, the Packers and Seahhawks have played 12 times with the Packers holding an 8-4 advantage, including 7-0 at home.
- Only seven of the 20 games in the series have been decided by eight points or less.
- The biggest margin of victory for the Packers in the series was 38 points in a 48-10 win over Seattle on December 27, 2009. The Seahawks have two 20-point wins over the Packers (27-7 on November 1, 1999 and a 36-16 victory on September 4, 2014).
- The Packers are 11-4 against the Seahawks in games played on Sunday; they are 1-4 in non-Sunday games against Seattle.
- The two teams have each won two games that were played in the series in Septembers.
- Aaron Rodgers is 4-3 against Seattle in seven starts. In the four wins, his Passer Rating was 111.5, 103, 116.9 and 150.8. In his three losses to the Seahawks, his Passer Rating was 81.5, 81.5 and 55.9.
- Rodgers has 10 touchdown passes and three interceptions in his career versus Seattle and he has been sacked 18 times in his seven starts. The most yards passing he has had in a game versus the Seahawks is 249.