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Packers lead 16-0 in the NFC Championship game; Rodgers near perfect with 16 point lead

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: January 18th, 2015 at 4:25 PM EST

Seattle Seahawks fans do not like what they are seeing at home this afternoon. The Green Bay Packers currently have a 16-0 lead in the second quarter of the NFC Championship game.

The Seahawks were considered the heavy favorites coming into this game. But Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and turnovers by the Seahawks offense has give the visitors a big lead.

Aaron Rodgers (Getty Images)

Aaron Rodgers (Getty Images)

In addition, the Seahawks came into this game with a 7-1 record. Their last loss at home came in October to the Dallas Cowboys.

The Pack has counted on kicker Mason Crosby to connected on three field goals. He first made an 18-yard field goal at 8:07 in the first.

Three minutes later, Crosby made a 19-yard field goal to make it 6-0. At the end of the first quarter, Rodgers hit Randall Cobb for a 13-yard touchdown to make it 13-0.

Crosby made a 40-yard field goal at 9:37 to increase the score to 16-0.


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