NFL Monday Night Football Green Bay Packers vs Seattle Seahawks live streaming Free NFL Playoffs Week 11 Online, Thursday 15 November 2018, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington, United States, Time 08:20 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
The Week 11 NFL schedule kicks off with a marquee NFC matchup between the Green Bay Packers (4-4-1) and Seattle Seahawks (4-5) on Thursday Night Football. Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers into CenturyLink Field for a primetime showdown at 8:20 p.m. ET. Both teams are in dire need of a victory on to keep their NFL Playoff hopes alive. Green Bay currently sits in seventh place in the NFC standings, while Seattle is in ninth after losing two straight games. Still, it’s the Seahawks who are listed as 2.5-point favorites in the latest Packers vs. Seahawks odds, the same as where the line opened. The over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has dropped from 49.5 to 48.5. Before you make any Packers vs. Seahawks picks for Thursday Night Football, you need to see what SportsLine’s R.J. White has to say.
Seattle Seahawks won the first three matchups against Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers, including that come-from-behind stunner in the NFC championship game four seasons ago. But Green Bay has beaten Seattle each of the last three seasons to even the rivalry at 3-3. Two of the best quarterbacks in the game face off again on Thursday night at the Clink.
The Packers just snapped a two-game losing skid with a much-needed 31-12 victory over Miami last week. Green Bay drove its first two possessions of the game 70 and 71 yards to touchdowns, let the Dolphins get within 14-12 in the third quarter, then scored the final 17 points to secure the win and the money as a 12-point favorite.
On the afternoon, the Packers out-gained Miami 377-294 and ran the ball for 195 yards. Meanwhile, the Green Bay defense held the Dolphins out of the end zone all day.
Two weeks ago the Packers were tied at New England 17-17 and driving in the fourth quarter when a lost fumble led to a 31-17 defeat. And three weeks ago, a fumble cost Green Bay a chance to beat the then-unbeaten Rams in Los Angeles.
The Seahawks are trying to halt a two-game losing skid of their own after falling to the Rams in Los Angeles last week 36-31. Seattle drove the opening possession of the game 75 yards to a touchdown, led 14-7 after one quarter and 21-20 through three. The Seahawks then fell down by 12 points, scored to get within five and got the ball back. But a fourth-down pass from the Los Angeles 35-yard line fell incomplete. Still, Seattle covered as a 10-point dog.
On the day the Seahawks racked up 29 first downs and ran the ball for 273 yards. But a Wilson fumble in the fourth quarter, the only turnover of the game, cost Seattle seven points, which made all the difference.
The Seahawks have now out-rushed five of their last six opponents, going 4-2 ATS in the process. At 4-5 overall, Seattle trails the Vikings by a-game-and-a-half for that second wild-card slot.
Green Bay won this matchup last year 17-9, and this one will probably be decided by one score as well. Ultimately, the Seahawks are doing the more consistent job of running the ball and of stopping the run, and Wilson is a magician. The smart money sides with Seattle.
The Seattle Seahawks will host the Green Bay Packers Thursday Night for their third prime-time appearance of the season. With both teams struggling to win close games as of late, their playoff hopes could be dwindling. For a chance to make the postseason, the Week 11 matchup is critical for the clubs. Here’s what it will take for each team to earn the win.
Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers has struggled with a knee injury over the first half of the season but has finally shed his bulky brace and seems to be on the mend. With increased mobility and more time on the practice field, Rodgers should start to jell more with his receivers and former Seahawks’ tight end Jimmy Graham.
Green Bay’s defense has been unable to capitalize on clutch opportunities, which has cost them winnable ballgames over the last few weeks. The Packers, who have lost all four of their road games this year, need to put together a complete game in Seattle to keep any shot at the playoffs alive.
The Seahawks came out of their early bye week as healthy as they’ve been all season but recent setbacks have left some starters on the bench. Against Green Bay, the running backs will need to step up in case starter Chris Carson remains sidelined and continue to force the game on the ground.
Seattle’s defenders still need to be wary of Rodgers, who is an expert at exploiting young secondaries. The Seahawks are hoping to prove CenturyLink Field is still a hostile environment for opponents but will need to start fast and play clean to convince the Packers.
Despite the new look of Seattle’s defensive line, the focus continues to be on the quarterback. Defensive ends Frank Clark and Jarran Reed have handled the bulk of the work but the rest of the rotation will have to show up to stop Rodgers Week 11.