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Game View: Packers 27, Seahawks 17

Here is the lengthy review of the key plays in the Green Bay Packers’ 27-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football.

On an individual note, here are some grades determined by the overall game film.


  • Jayrone Elliot
  • Aaron Rodgers
  • Mason Crosby
  • Randall Cobb
  • B.J. Raji
  • Corey Linsley


  • James Starks
  • Josh Sitton
  • T.J. Lang
  • Richard Rodgers
  • Mike Pennel
  • Clay Matthews
  • Sam Shields
  • Nate Palmer
  • Ty Montgomery


  • Mike Neal
  • Julius Peppers
  • Nick Perry
  • Morgan Burnett
  • Casey Hayward
  • Tim Masthay
  • Davante Adams
  • James Jones


  • Micah Hyde
  • Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
  • Don Barclay
  • David Bakhtiari


Shawn Neuser attended UWGB and lives and works in Green Bay. He enjoys long walks on the beach and being intimate with game film.



  1. Ryan September 23, 2015

    Whiny bitch is an understatement when it comes to Pete Carroll.

  2. Deepsky September 23, 2015

    It’s nice to see the rise of Ty Montgomery as this gives the Pack 4 solid receivers. He certainly looked like the real deal.

  3. MrBobHarris September 23, 2015

    Well done again Shawn.

    Fun to watch.

  4. BZ in LB September 23, 2015

    Ty Montgomery was a great pick. It is interesting that Big Ted seems to have a knack for selecting receivers, reasonable skills for choosing DBs and an aversion to drafting ILBs…

  5. Phatgzus September 23, 2015

    Wow, if Cobb blocks the corner covering him on that long run Jimmy from Buffalo takes that one to the house.

  6. Organicbuzz September 23, 2015

    How in the name of Vince did Ty only get a “B”? Go Pack Go!!!

  7. jtmax September 23, 2015

    I thought Nate Palmer was a D.
    He never seems to know where the ball is. Running back is running to the right and he’s running left.
    Richard Rodgers should be an A. He sealed the deal with TD and Xp catches in tight space at the end. He dropped one earlier because he was held.

    1. shawn September 24, 2015

      Nate Palmer covered as well as I’ve seen any inside linebacker cover in years. In fact, for as long as it has been a weakness, the Packers right now have their best cover ILBs in a long, long time. Palmer needs to improve in the run game, but he made no glaring mistakes other than one time when Wilson made him look stupid in the open field. That has happened to a lot of guys with better resumes than Palmer.

      People can no longer say that the ILBs can’t cover, because this film showed the opposite. Good game by Palmer.

      1. Phatgzus September 24, 2015

        Between Palmer and Barrington the Pack should be set at ILB for all 3 downs.

  8. knucklehead September 23, 2015


    Great job! Enjoyed watching. Maybe you could show the play after you set it up? I understand time is a limiting factor but might help to make it a bit more entertaining.


  9. rebelgb September 24, 2015

    Hell of a job. Loved watching this.

    Ive been saying for 2 years Hyde does not have the quickness to be a cover corner. He is a glorified safety at best.

    The only thing I would have shown that you didnt was a couple of the terrible blocks by Barclay (you had plenty to chose from) just to show how vulnerable the Packers are right now at that spot. Everything thought he had a solid game but then you watch the tape and see how bad he was, really bad. Bakthiari also got blown up a LOT for a starting left tackle. Really was scary to watch. Fortunately Rodgers is very mobile and seems to also have eyes in the back of his head like his predecessor did.

    1. shawn September 24, 2015

      The film doesn’t make those guys look as bad as the first viewing did.
      Both tackles were pushed back a lot, but they almost always managed to stay between A-Rodge and the defender. 90% of the time A-Rodge fled the pocket of his own volition when he could have stayed where he was and been fine.

      1. Phatgzus September 24, 2015

        This, as much as people believe Bak-T’s weakness is the bull rush, he doesn’t get pushed into Rodgers’ grill that often- he usually brings the rusher past A-Rodg who then can step up and left into a nice lane. Bakbtiari may not be the best LT but he sure is a good compliment to the Green and Gold God.

  10. JD September 28, 2015

    Excellent summary again Shawn.