1. CLAY MATTHEWS’ SACK OF RUSSELL WILSON
With the Seahawks driving on the opening possession of the game, Matthews sacked Wilson on second-and-goal from the 9-yard line. The 12-yard loss forced Seattle to settle for a field goal.
2. NICK PERRY’S DEFLECTION
On third down near midfield, Wilson’s pass was deflected into the air by Perry, then tipped again by linebacker Robert Francois before settling into the arms of cornerback Casey Hayward for the first of two Packers interceptions.
3. VINCE YOUNG’S TWO SCRAMBLES
In leading the offense to its only touchdown on the night, quarterback Vince Young scrambled twice, for 21 and 18 yards, the latter setting up a goal-to-go that was turned into a score with a 1-yard TD pass to fullback Jonathan Amosa.