NFL: MIKE MCCARTHY COST THE PACKERS A TRIP TO SUPER BOWL As much as Mike McCarthy does not want to shoulder the blame for the Green Bay Packers’ epic collapse against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship game,
The Green Bay Packers loss to Seattle stings, but there are many reasons why they lost including Mike McCarthy's decision-making.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas has a dislocated shoulder and he is expected to play in the Super Bowl.
There are a multitude of reasons (or could be reasons) why the Packers lost to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship game. The Packers had a 19-7 lead and blew it in the second half.
The Seahawks may not have had the explosive first half that everyone predicted, but they came back to win the NFC Championship against the Packers 28-22.
The New England Patriots opened up as a 2.5 underdog in the Super Bowl in the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. But that number went down to a pick 'em less than an hour before the betting went live.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch scored on a 24-yard run and may face fines for a lewd touchdown gesture after he scored late in the fourth quarter.
The Seahawks waited late to make this decision, but right tackle Justin Britt will be inactive for the NFC Championship Game against the Packers today.
NFL Championship Weekend Breakdown I spoke with special guest Larry Butler as we previewed the AFC/NFC Championship games that will be played tomorrow. While the Green Bay Packers will square off against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC, the
Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta Has The Keys To The Seahawks Success Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times is joining Tom Veit to talk about what gave Seattle and edge and how the Seahawks can keep it going into the