Packers starting offense shines again in 27-24 win at Seattle
SEATTLE (AP) -- Aaron Rodgers continues to enjoy a summer carryover from his first Pro Bowl season for Green Bay.
Matt Hasselbeck finally got to enjoy a night like those from his former Pro Bowl days for Seattle.
Rodgers was 8 for 11 for 116 yards and two touchdowns in one, easy quarter, and Hasselbeck was 11 for 15 for 127 yards with a score in a redeeming first half before the Packers rallied for 27-24 preseason victory over the Seahawks on Saturday night.
Former New York Jets All-Pro Leon Washington, making his Seattle debut, scored his first touchdown since breaking two bones in his leg 10 months ago. And Hasselbeck got back his passing form following a largely idle training camp and rough preseason opener last week for Seattle.
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