A broken play and a spirit-breaking play.
Those were pivotal moments Sunday night in Green Bay's 27-17 victory over Seattle in a rematch of the 2014 NFC title game.
Both plays came in the fourth quarter, and they paved the path to victory for the Packers, who improved to 2-0 with an emotional win before a packed house at Lambeau Field.
The broken play was a go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter, a five-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers to tight end Richard Rodgers.
Aaron Rodgers said center Corey Linsley snapped the ball early, too soon for the quarterback to audible and tell his receivers the routes they should run.
"That was one of those that we'll laugh...