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Winners and losers from 'Thursday Night Football' in Week 11

Sportsnaut Logo By Vincent Frank, Sportsnaut of Sportsnaut | Slide 1 of 11: In a game between two teams battling for playoff relevance in the NFC Thursday night, the Seattle Seahawks were able to protect home field against a Packers team that’s suddenly in the midst of a lost season.  Despite falling down 21-17 at the half, Russell Wilson and Co. did what they needed to do in order to move to .500 on the season.  Meanwhile, Green Bay’s offense stalled to the tune of three points in the second half. Aaron Rodgers struggled through the air. And in a clear sign that Mike McCarthy’s days are numbered, his play-calling was disastrous.  These are among the winners and losers from Seattle’s 27-24 victory over Green Bay on "Thursday Night Football."

In a game between two teams battling for playoff relevance in the NFC Thursday night, the Seattle Seahawks were able to protect home field against a Packers team that’s suddenly in the midst of a lost season.

Despite falling down 21-17 at the half, Russell Wilson and Co. did what they needed to do in order to move to .500 on the season.

Meanwhile, Green Bay’s offense stalled to the tune of three points in the second half. Aaron Rodgers struggled through the air. And in a clear sign that Mike McCarthy’s days are numbered, his play-calling was disastrous. 

These are among the winners and losers from Seattle’s 27-24 victory over Green Bay on "Thursday Night Football."

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