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Seattle struggles to score, gets no touchdowns in 17-9 opening loss at Green Bay

PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Safety Earl Thomas returned from a leg injury and was among the bright spots for the Seattle Seahawks in their NFL opener Sunday at Green Bay.

  • Inefficient offense and inconsistent defense plagued the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday as they opened their NFL season with a 17-9 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

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  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Seattle running back Chris Carson had 30 yards on a second-half carry but only 39 total against a stout Packers defense.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - The Packers weren't perfect on offense, either, with this pass sailing beyond the reach of Davante Adams, covered by Shaquill Griffin.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was sacked three times.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Paul Richardson had four receptions for 59 yards for Seattle.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Coach Pete Carroll tries to fire up the Seahawks.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin caught four passes for 63 yards.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Seattle's Richard Sherman breaks up a Green Bay pass attempt.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers leads a drive at Lambeau Field.

  • PHOTO BY MICHAEL WORKMAN - Russell Wilson passed for only 158 yards in the opening-day loss for the Seahawks.

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