Green Bay at Seattle
Spread: Seahawks -2.5
When Green Bay Has The Ball:
Although only two teams call a higher percentage of pass plays, the Packers might start to lean more on the run with the emergence of Aaron Jones as Green Bay’s lead back. Jones will not keep up the gaudy yards per rush numbers, but his touches continue to increase and it is clear that Green Bay needs to feature him more. Meanwhile, Seattle has allowed an awful lot of production on the ground at home and the Seahawks are susceptible to giving up long runs, something Jones excels at creating on his own. We could see quite a few chunk runs from Jones in this contest and possibly a slightly expanded role in the short-passing game.
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