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Of course, why not have the biggest upset of the week come on Monday Night Football.
The Green Bay Packers came into the season as Super Bowl favorites. After getting manhandled 30-22 by the San Francisco 49ers, the Packers regrouped with a win against the Chicago Bears.
The defense struggled against the 49ers as it allowed 186 yards to the San Francisco ground game. RB Frank Gore just had his way and had an easy time gaining his 112 yards.
The defense came back in Week 2 and humiliated the Chicago offense. The defense forced four interceptions and sacked QB Jay Cutler seven times, half of which came via Clay Matthews.
The reason for a nationally televised upset will be the Green Bay offense. Thought to be the strength of the team, Aaron Rodgers has been rather unimpressive, just ask Rodgers' fantasy owners.
It took a touchdown by the punter just to get the offense jump started last week.
This spells trouble in a big way as the Packers travel to Seattle.
While the Seahawks offense has been hit-or-miss, the defense and special teams have been putting the team in winning situations. The defense held Arizona to 30 percent conversion on third down in Week 1, and in Week 2 the defense owned the Dallas offense.
Seattle held the Cowboys to 49 yards on the ground, and DeMarco Murray managed a measly 44 yards. The Seahawks defense has not allowed 100 yards total between the last two weeks, and against a pass-first offense in the Packers, the trend may continue.
Without any kind of run game, Green Bay will have to try and pass on the tallest secondary in the league. The secondary also includes ball-hawks CB Brandon Browner and CB Richard Sherman.
Seattle is primed to upset Green Bay, and Week 3 will once again leave numerous favored teams dropping their heads in disappointment.