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Packers revitalized with win in Seattle after losing three


GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Seattle Seahawks looked inept on offense without quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who will have his bruised right knee re-examined Monday.

  Third-stringer Charlie Frye became the latest reason Mike Holmgren's 10th and final season as Seattle's coach is becoming a nightmare.

  He completed 12 of 23 passes for just 83 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

  Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, excelled while playing through a sprained throwing shoulder.

  He ran for the tying touchdown in the first half, then threw for the two decisive scores -- 45 yards to Greg Jennings and 1 yard to John Kuhn -- after halftime.

  He finished 21-of-30 with 208 yards.

  The Packers' worrisome three-game losing streak is over with a revitalizing 27-17 win over the sinking Seahawks.

  Green Bay is suddenly tied with Minnesota and Chicago atop the NFC North as the Packers head for a home game against Indianapolis.

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