The Packers beat the Seahawks 19-15
The Green Bay Packers defeated the Seattle Seahawks by a score of 19-15 on the strength of touchdown passes from Jordan Love and Alex McGough in the first half and the fourth quarter, respectively.
In the final game of the preseason, which took place on Saturday at Lambeau Field, the Packers prevailed against the Seahawks by a score of 19-15 thanks to a touchdown that was scored by running back Nate McCrary on a short touchdown plunge just after the two-minute warning in the fourth quarter.
The winning score was set up by a bomb thrown by No. 3 quarterback Alex McGough to wide receiver Jadakis Bonds for 52 yards.
In the subsequent drive, the Seahawks advanced all the way to the 12-yard line of the Packers’ territory, but with 13 seconds left on the clock, S. Benny Sapp III intercepted a throw intended for Holton Ahlers at the goal line.
The Packers finished the preseason with a record of 2-1, and on Tuesday afternoon they will cut their roster down to the required 53 players.
The Packers’ top-ranked offense had scored nine points over the course of three drives earlier in the game, and their rookie kicker, Anders Carlson, kicked a field goal from 57 yards out right before halftime.
Backup quarterback Sean Clifford completed 8 of 12 passes for 46 yards, while starting quarterback Jordan Love completed 9 of 15 passes for 63 yards and a touchdown pass to wide receiver Christian Watson for the Packers.
Jordan Love was able to cap out the preseason in the manner he desired as he prepares for the challenge of taking over for a player who has won the MVP award four times.