Seattle (0-1) at Green Bay (1-0)
Kickoff: Sunday, 5:30 p.m., NBC. Line: Packers by 3.5. Record vs. spread: Seahawks 0-1, Packers 1-0.
Series record: Packers lead 10-8. Last meeting: Seahawks beat Packers 28-22 (OT), Jan. 18, 2015 in NFC championship game. Last week: Seahawks lost to Rams 34-31 (OT); Packers beat Bears 31-23. AP Pro32 ranking: Seahawks No. 5, Packers No. 2.
Seahawks Offense: Overall (15), Rush (t9), Pass (15). Seahawks Defense: Overall (20), Rush (10), Pass (23). Packers Offense: Overall (19), Rush (7), Pass (20). Packers Defense: Overall (27), Rush (31), Pass (16).
Streaks, stats and notes
Teams last met in NFC championship game, when Packers blew 16-0 halftime lead. P Jon Ryan threw TD pass on fake FG play, and Seahawks recovered onside kick in win. Packers fired special teams coach Shawn Slocum in offseason and promoted assistant Ron Zook. … Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is 3-0 in career vs. Packers, including playoffs. … Wilson played final season of college eligibility at Wisconsin in 2011, where he holds career completion percentage record (73 percent). … TE Jimmy Graham leads tight ends in catches (361) and yards (4,447) since 2011, is tied for first in TDs (47). … Safety Earl Thomas is only NFL player with at least 400 tackles, 16 interceptions and eight forced fumbles since 2010. … Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw for 237 yards and TD in 48-10 win on Dec. 27, 2009, teams’ last regular-season meeting at Lambeau Field. … Rodgers has not thrown interception at home since Dec. 2, 2012, spanning NFL-record 418 passes. … RB Eddie Lacy has rushed for at least 90 yards in six of last nine games, including playoffs. … LB Julius Peppers has six sacks in last five games, including postseason. … With 1,044 career points, K Mason Crosby needs 11 to pass Ryan Longwell for franchise record. … Fantasy: WR James Jones may have had two TD catches against Bears in return to Green Bay, but fellow WR Davante Adams had team-high eight targets, doubling up Jones.
Lead photo credit: Seattle Seahawks' Cliff Avril sacks Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers during the second half of the NFC championship game. (AP)