“On Monday, the Seahawks will meet one of the toughest teams they’ll face this season. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers come to CenturyLink Field for a “Monday Night Football” matchup that could be — like their snowy 2006 MNF game — one for the headlines.
In Seattle, the chatter around the Seahawks is about receiver Golden Tate, who just got fined by the NFL for his huge block on Dallas linebacker Sean Lee last Sunday. But nationally the Seahawks are getting attention — and it’s all about the quarterbacks.
The Seahawks will showcase their QB buzz on ESPN’s nationally televised “Monday Night Football,” as rookie Russell Wilson looks for his second win. But sitting on the bench will be Matt Flynn, the quarterback signed by the Seahawks this past offseason after four years as Aaron Rodgers’ backup in Green Bay. He got a $10 million guaranteed contract during free agency, but then tailed Wilson out of Seattle’s controversial three-way starting-QB competition this summer at training camp.”
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