“When I did a couple of Wisconsin basketball games during the Big Ten season, people brought it up pretty often,” Tirico said. “It certainly comes up, and it’s in our mind anytime there’s a Hail Mary. You’re thinking, ‘What’s going to happen here? You know what happened in Seattle.’”
That Week 3 loss left the Packers with a 1-2 record. They’re sitting on the same mark now after three games, but think how much differently -- not necessarily better or worse, but differently -- Packers fans feel today than they did a year ago.
In the Green Bay Press-Gazette, analysts Cliff Christl and Eric Baranczyk called Rodgers’ lack of fourth-quarter comeback wins “puzzling,” and Weston Hodkiewicz talked to tight end Ryan Taylor about his personal-foul penalty that followed an unpenalized low blow to the groin area that Taylor took from Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict in the third quarter on Sunday. Said Taylor: “What happened has no place in football, but it happened.”