It was over when ...
Host Rich Eisen, alongside seven-time
Pro Bowl picks Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp, announce the 86 players selected to the 2010 Pro Bowl at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Dec. 29.
Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck threw an interception on the opening drive of the third quarter. It led to Packers RB Brandon Jackson scoring on a 6-yard run to give Green Bay a 31-3 lead.
This was a day Green Bay really got its run game going -- to the tune of 153 yards and five touchdowns -- with all three of its RBs getting in on the act. Ryan Grant led the way with 97 yards and two touchdowns; Jackson 20 and two touchdowns; and Ahman Green 29 and one score. Jackson also caught a touchdown to finish with a career-high three scores.
Hasselbeck threw four interceptions, which led to 21 points for Green Bay.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (12 of 23 for 237 yards and a touchdown) moved his season total in passing yards to a career-high 4,199, becoming the first player in NFL history to throw for more than 4,000 in his first two years as a starter. ... Hasselbeck now has 26,050 career passing yards, passing Dave Krieg (26,132 yards from 1980-91) as the Seahawks' all-time leading passer. ... Packers SS Atari Bigby had two interceptions, while CB Jarret Bush and LB A.J. Hawk had one apiece.