Russell Wilson has not had much luck at Lambeau Field, going 0-3

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Russell Wilson didn’t have much interest in rehashing his 2016 game at Lambeau Field, a 38-10 loss to the Packers in which he threw five interceptions and had a 43.7 passer rating.

We didn’t win,” Wilson said, via Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “That’s what I remember.”

The Seahawks quarterback has never won at Lambeau Field, going 0-3.

He has completed 55 of 96 passes for 604 yards with three touchdowns and six interceptions at Lambeau Field. His 60.4 passer rating at Lambeau Field is 34.07 points lower than his rating in four games against the Packers at CenturyLink Field.

“I mean, he played pretty well at Wisconsin [in college],” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “So I don’t think it’s the weather. So I don’t think there’s much to that.”

The Seahawks have had more success away from home this season, going 8-1, including the wild-card victory at Philadelphia. Wilson is 38-25-1 on the road in his career.

But a win at Lambeau Field has proved elusive for Wilson.

“I know the record here,” Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said, “but that means nothing at this point.”

33 responses to “Russell Wilson has not had much luck at Lambeau Field, going 0-3

  1. Only way Seahawks win, is with 0 turnovers and concentration on short gains. Green Bay will drop 7-8 in coverage to limit the down field chunk plays. Can Russ stay patient, meanwhile can they also stay away from dumb penalties? That’s a lot to ask, and they haven’t successfully done this much all season so….’you’re sayin there’s a chance!’

  2. Wilson’s passing percentage is the highest in four years. His rating is second highest.

    Rodger’s completion percentage and ratings have dropped the last four years, and are at their lows.

    What happened in GB previously doesn’t matter.

    Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

  3. jackedupboonie says:
    January 10, 2020 at 6:02 pm
    Only way Seahawks win, is with 0 turnovers and concentration on short gains. Green Bay will drop 7-8 in coverage to limit the down field chunk plays. Can Russ stay patient, meanwhile can they also stay away from dumb penalties? That’s a lot to ask, and they haven’t successfully done this much all season so….’you’re sayin there’s a chance
    =====

    The last game VS SF Hawks rushed for 145 and they didn’t drop 7-8.

    Please, let GB do that

  4. In contrast, he had a lot of luck in Putrid Sound Stadium against the Packers, including some improbable catches by his receivers and a miraculous onside kick recovery in the 2013 NFC Championship game. In Mr. Rodgers’ neighborhood, Seattle has had no luck in the Russell Wilson era.

  5. oops it was the 2014 NFC championship game that was played in Putrid Sound Stadium between the Packers and the Dorks, not the 2013. Luck of course is not reliable. Seattle had no luck in the Super Bowl when Wilson threw the Butler Did It interception at the goal line.

  6. I honestly wish the Pack and Packer fans the best in this weekend’s game and hope this Viking fan and cheesers have to endure another week of ulcers and heart arrhythmia before a 3rd game between the teams in a week.

  7. Russell Wilson’s past record at Lambeau field is meaningless.
    The sample size is too small to even call it a trend.

    I don’t do a lot of predicting or chest beating, I expect a good hard fought battle between these two teams.
    I believe it’ll be close match for much of the day, a one score win.
    I’d be surprised if one of these teams won by double digits.
    Go Home Team!

    Regardless of the outcome this has been a thrilling year for a fan base that really wasn’t expecting this much success with a newly minted head coach and a handful of new faces in the locker room.
    Hopefully, The Gum Stops Here!

  8. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “So I don’t think it’s the weather.”

    True that, Pete. It’s those refs though.

  9. It’s funny seeing Seahawks fans saying that history means nothing when it comes to a record like this. Because just 2 weeks ago, they were telling 49ers fans that we could never win in Seattle because of our history of losing there. So which is it?

  10. If you want to see the current state of Seattle’s OL…..look up last week’s FG block by the Eagles. Phil Haynes gets in for his first ever playRG) and completely just whiffs falling on his head and his responsibility gets through, barely puts his arm out and blocks Meyers 40 yard attempt. That….is basically every other offensive play for the Seahawks in a nut shell on their pieced together back ups of the backups OL.

  11. Seattle is a good well coached team. More of a known commodity than my Pack but I will say that prior years have ZERO to do with Sunday.

    Wilson is a force to deal with – this game goes either way and depends on which team executes…not on where it’s played. That’s just dumb.

  12. Prior records mean nothing. Seahawks fans get to Lambeau around noon for some tailgating have an adult beverage or 6 and just take it all in. There is nothing like Lambeau parking lot before a game especially in the playoffs.

  13. The Rams showed last month how to beat Seattle. Put your boot on their neck and don’t take it off till the clock is 00:00. I’ve seen so many teams let up on them at the end and Seattle steals the game.

  14. Green Bay’s record is fraudulent

    Almost the easiest schedule this season, only won 3 games because of the foot locker dudes ( including one of the biggest screwjobs I have ever seen against Detroit in Green Bay )

    On a level playing field, the pack are 10-6 and likely 2nd to Minnesota

    If Wilson is to break this losing record, despite how banged up the hawks are ( 2nd only to Philly )he may never get a better chance

  15. Green Bay’s record is fraudulent

    Almost the easiest schedule this season, only won 3 games because of the foot locker dudes
    ——
    Keep telling yourself that, might make it easier when your season ends this weekend.

    So tired of hearing about the refs from the gomers on this site. I know it’s just jealous fans making excuses for why their team lost but it’s idiotic and insulting.

  16. At what point will fans just appreciate two competitive teams with franchise QBs with history going head to head in the Divisional Round? There is a chance the NFCCG could be a NFCN or NFCW game #3 showdown, too. Geez…

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