SEATTLE, Wash. -- Aaron Rodgers again ignored pain. He heaped it on the sinking Seahawks instead. Green Bay's ailing quarterback ran for a touchdown early, then threw two scoring passes in the second half to perhaps save the Packers' season in a 27-17 victory over Seattle on Sunday that ended a three-game slide.
Seattle paid for having to start No. 3 quarterback Charlie Frye. It looked inept on offense while dropping to 1-4 - the equal of the St. Louis Rams at the bottom of the NFC West the Seahawks have ruled the last four seasons. Seattle was last 1-4 in 2002, its most recent losing season.