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2016 Schedule
6-6, 2nd in NFC North
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Non-RBs carrying the Pack rushing load

Overall, Green Bay is among the NFL's bottom 10 in rushing yards per game, with Packers RBs among the worst rushers in the league. But the rushers who are not RBs have been very productive. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Seahawks vs. Packers

The Seahawks are not the same team on the road and Green Bay needs home-field advantage.

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Jason Wilde, Packers reporter

Jason joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the chances of Aaron Rodgers winning MVP if the Packers do indeed run the table, plus a preview of their upcoming game against Seattle.

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Split decision on Hawks-Pack outcome

Both our Seahawks and Packers reporters expect Seattle to derail Green Bay's surging playoff hopes. ESPN's FPI sees it differently though, giving the Packers the slight edge at hallowed Lambeau. Week 14 predictions (Insider)

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Is Davante Adams a trustworthy option against Seattle? (0:42)
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Wilde: Rodgers for MVP?

If the Packers win out, Aaron Rodgers can legitimately throw his hat into the ring for NFL MVP. Packers reporter Jason Wilde discusses with Bryan and Dan.

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17hNFL Vegas Experts

Betting advice on Week 14 NFL games

Where does the betting value lie in NFL Week 14? Chalk's experts provide comprehensive against-the-spread and over/under advice for Week 14 contests in one handy file.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Sunday's ever-changing forecast now calls for snow during Packers-Seahawks. "We watch the weather – whether it's going to snow, how much snow, rain, wind," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "You look at the elements and you adjust accordingly. I don't really talk about the weather until the team meeting tomorrow because it can change. [Administrative assistant] Matt Klein is our weather man and he's kind of like your weather man. It changes every day."

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Barnwell believes Bills have good shot at playoffs (1:41)
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Seattle will need extra effort from defense against Packers (0:50)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Only three players did not practice in any fashion on Thursday. Here's the Packers' full injury report:

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Get Off of Homer's Lawn

Steve "The Homer" True joins Wilde and Tausch to explain why he wants Russell Wilson on the Packers over current QB Aaron Rodgers.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers linebackers coach Winston Moss rattled off a list of possible replacements for sack leader Nick Perry: "Datone Jones, Julius Peppers, Jayrone Elliott … and Winston Moss." The 50-year-old, who last played in the NFL in 1997, did not exactly appreciate the laughter that followed in the Lambeau Field media auditorium but then added that he knows the ball carrier would have to "fall in his lap" to make a play.

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At 33, nobody's better than Rodgers

From 21 to 44 (with a few unaccounted for in the 40s), Kevin Seifert picked out the NFL's best players at every age. Positional value gave Aaron Rodgers the nod over Larry Fitzgerald among 33-year-olds. Best at every age

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Tim Van Vooren, Fox 6 Sports Reporter

TVV joins Homer and Gabe to talk about the Bucks' emergence as a playoff team, the futures of Giannis and Jabari, as well as a few injuries to the Packers.

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Why Vikings-Packers will still be crucial

Once expected to decide the NFC North, this Week 16 matchup almost certainly won't, thanks to the Lions. Instead, it will essentially serve as a wild-card elimination game, Bill Barnwell writes. Most important games left

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers started practice inside the Don Hutson Center but were scheduled to move outside for 11-on-11 periods. Temperature in Green Bay is in the high 20s, which is about the same as is forecasted for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Only players held completely out of practice were: CB LaDarius Gunter (illness), OLB Kyler Fackrell (hamstring) and OLB Nick Perry (hand). Linebackers Clay Matthews (shoulder), Blake Martinez (knee) and Jake Ryan (ankle) appeared limited.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

T.J. Lang (foot) and JC Tretter (knee) both were on the field for the second straight day as they work their way back from their lengthy absences. Might be long shots to play this Sunday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Clay Matthews (shoulder) and Blake Martinez (knee) were very limited during the open portion of practice.

Team Stats

Passing Yards261.210th
Rushing Yards99.124th
Points For24.611th
Points Against25.223rd

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