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Bold Prediction: Clay Matthews keeps rolling, and Aaron Rodgers and his offense finally come out of their three-game slump to destroy the Seahawks.
Aaron Rodgers hasn't gotten into his groove yet this year. He and his receivers have struggled to connect, whether it be due to simple drops or due to the fact that they aren't on the same page. It hasn't been pretty.
His offensive line has been outmatched and outplayed, and the Green Bay Packers offense has simply looked average.
Call it a hunch, but to the dismay and disappointment of the 12th man, I expect it all to turn around in dramatic fashion this week for Rodgers and his offense against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.
And it won't be because the Seahawks are no good on defense. They are.
On the other side of the ball, Clay Matthews looks unstoppable, and he's going to demolish Russell Okung and the work-in-progress offensive line of the Seahawks.
The Packers have taken a back seat to the San Francisco 49ers atop the NFC these past two weeks, but this team isn't ready to relinquish their spot without a fight.
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