2. DAMARIOUS RANDALL’S INTERCEPTION VS. SEATTLE NEAR GOAL LINE
Packers 38, Seahawks 10, Dec. 11 at Lambeau Field It was Green Bay’s most impressive victory of the regular season, a game in which the defense dominated with a mind-boggling five interceptions of Wilson — a career worst for the star QB — and limited the potent Seahawks offense to a single touchdown and field goal. Coordinator Dom Capers’ maligned unit had been gashed in the previous month, yielding 33 points in Atlanta, 31 to Indianapolis, 47 in Tennessee, and 42 in Washington. Randall made the highlight reels with his interception near the goal line in the final 30 seconds of the first half with Green Bay leading, 21-3. Wilson was attempting to make a big play to close that gap before intermission. He scrambled out of the pocket and launched a 40-yard pass to a seemingly open Baldwin at the 3-yard line. Randall came streaking in and leapt to grab the football at the 4. His momentum carried him into the end zone, and he returned the ball to the Packers’ 22-yard line to squash the drive. It was the first of two interceptions for Randall in the game.
Damarious Randall looks for room to run after intercepting Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson near the goal line before halftime.