GREEN BAY – The Packers' final possession to put away the Seahawks was exactly how any team wants to finish off a game.
So that makes the 10-play, 80-yard touchdown march the Chevy Drive of the Week from the 17-0 victory.
Leading 10-0, the Packers took the ball on their own 20-yard line with 8:07 left. Not only did they kill six minutes, 11 seconds and not give the ball back until after the two-minute warning, they took a three-score lead in the game for the first time.
The key play was a 50-yard catch-and-run by RB AJ Dillon on the second play of the drive, on which he made multiple defenders miss tackles, got a great block from WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and stayed in bounds.
That big play was sandwiched between runs of 4 and 2 yards by Dillon. Then a 7-yard completion to TE Marcedes Lewis made it third-and-1 from the Seattle 17-yard line.
Dillon converted with a 2-yard run, and then the Packers turned to RB Patrick Taylor, who will be the No. 2 back now with Aaron Jones sidelined for a week or two due to a knee injury. Taylor ran twice for 7 yards with an offside penalty on Seattle in between, making it first-and-goal from the 4.
From there, it took Dillon three carries to finish the drive, getting the final 2 yards on third-and-goal to put the game away.
Dillon accounted for 62 total yards on the drive, nearly half of his 128 yards from scrimmage on the day (66 rushing, 62 receiving).