The Green Bay Packers continue to prove that they are a serious playoff threat, winning their third straight game Sunday afternoon in blowout fashion over the NFC West leading Seattle Seahawks. This 38-10 rout keeps the Packers in the playoff hunt, and fans couldn’t be more excited headed into the work week:

This game was all but close, as the Packers jumped out to an early 7-0 lead after Aaron Rodgers connected with Davante Adams for this 66 yard touchdown pass.

An early cheap shot by Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman on Davante Adams made things chippy all game long, but Adams would have the last laugh, as he absolutely destroys Sherman that led to a Jeff Janis 16-yard touchdown run (Skip to 0:40 for a closer look).

This pancake block only added to the joy of Packer fans everywhere.

The Packers defense received plenty of recognition as well, as they forced a season-high five interceptions.

The Packers look to make it four straight wins next Sunday, as they travel to Chicago to continue the longest rivalry in the NFL. Kickoff is at noon on CBS.

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