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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

At least CB Jaire Alexander isn't on the injury report after dropping out Sunday. Just about everyone else is in advance of Thursday's game at Seattle. Typical for early in a short week.

Barnwell Show: NFC Picture with Will Brinson

Are you an NFC or an AFC person? In this episode, Bill and Will Brinson of CBS share their allegiances and take a look at the NFC playoff picture as it currently stands, including which teams are most likely to prevail in the South (3:55), West (31:02), East (43:30) and North (56:03).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The expectation is that kick returner Trevor Davis will debut Thursday at Seattle after coming off IR (hamstring). His mindset: "I think I can make a big impact but at the end of the day, you've got to just go out there and let the plays come to you. I can't go out there trying to chase plays because I lost half of my season. But at the end of the day, plays will come. I can't go out there trying to make plays because I'm trying to make up for plays that I missed."

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers' front seven awards a sledgehammer to the most dominant player each game. Kenny Clark's had it since the Buffalo game in Week 4. He doesn't plan on giving it back.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Too early in the week for Mike McCarthy to offer any injury updates on Kentrell Brice (ankle), Nick Perry (knee) even with the quick turnaround to Thursday's game at Seattle. "The injuries are individual specific, but we would give them up until Thursday to have an opportunity to play in the game," McCarthy said.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

This is what the running back snap differential should look like for the Packers going forward. Aaron Jones (172 yards from scrimmage) played three times as many snaps as Jamaal Williams. Here's the snap-count breakdown on offense in the Packers' 31-12 win over the Dolphins.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

S Raven Greene recorded a sack in his first defensive action of the season. Before Sunday, the undrafted rookie had played only on special teams but got in on defense after Kentrell Brice's ankle injury. It was one of six sacks to push the Packers' total to a league-leading 31. Greene also converted the fake punt with a 26-yard run. Here's the snap-count breakdown on defense from the Packers' 31-12 win over the Dolphins.

Lopez hits career-high 8 threes in win over Nuggets (0:57)
Middleton nails clutch jumper over Jokic (0:23)
Lopez raining threes against Nuggets (0:41)
Giannis flies in for and-1 finish (0:17)
Giannis crosses up Lyles for one-handed jam (0:17)
Giannis goes coast-to-coast for Eurostep finish (0:18)
Rodgers gives emotional reaction to California fires (1:24)
Packers' run game provides new layer for Packers' offense (1:31)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers wearing a Santa Monica Fire Department hat. "Had the fortune to meet some firefighters from Santa Monica. The devastation there is tough. It's heartbreaking for sure. Our thoughts are with those folks in my home area of Butte County and in Southern California."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are 4-0-1 at home and 0-4 on the road: "We're pretty tough to beat at home right now — the colder better — but we've got to find a way to win on the road or we're going to be home in January. For good."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will be on an airplane to Seattle in less than 48 hours. "That's the beauty, if you will, of Thursday night football and the beauty a 12 o'clock game getting pushed back to 3:25."