The Seahawks traveled to legendary Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers, who needed a win to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Rob Sims was dressed to keep warm as he walked to the buses after the team charter landed at the Appleton, WI, airport.
Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley went over last minute details of his game plan on Sunday morning in the locker room.
Patrick Kerney made final adjustments to his uniform before heading to the field.
Brandon Mebane walked through the tunnel from the visitors locker room and out into the winter cold of Green Bay’s Lambeau Field.
Seattle’s defense started fast as Darryl Tapp wrapped up Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rogers, only to have the play nullified by penalty.
Cornerback Marcus Trufant kept an eye on Rogers before the snap.
Cory Redding got to Rogers later in the quarter, only to have this sack also nullified by a Seattle penalty.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck had a tough day which saw him throw four interceptions, but he also set the team record for most career yards passing.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh made a nice catch up the right sideline for a 31-yard gain.
This Packers fan only need paint to keep him warm.
Hasselbeck scrambled up the middle for a gain in the second quarter.
David Hawthorne and Will Herring combined to tackle Green Bay’s Ryan Grant. Herring, who started in place of Aaron Curry, recorded a team-high eight tackles.
Justin Forsett eluded Green Bay’s diving A.J. Hawk on a second half dash up the middle.
Seattle’s defensive unit waits for the Packers to come to the line of scrimmage.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was sacked three times, including this one by Green Bay’s Brad Jones.
Wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh shares his thoughts with receivers coach Robert Prince on the sidelines in the fourth quarter.
Despite temperatures in the 20’s, these Green Bay fans had much to cheer about in the Packers’ victory.