The 2014 NFL season officially kicks off tonight as the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night football.
This will be a fun matchup to watch. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and running back Eddie Lacy will be going up against Richard Sherman and the rest of the dominate Seattle Seahawks defense.
If you don't remember the last time the Packers played in Seattle, here's a refresher...
This will go down as one of the biggest bloopers of NFL history. It did do away with the awful replacement refs though(even though the regular refs can be just as awful sometimes). That's the only positive from this.
Eventually the refs ended up ruling this a touchdown pass(somehow), and the Seattle Seahawks got the victory.
Well now the Packers get a chance at revenge tonight, will they get it?
Who do you think wins tonight?
- The Denver Broncos are prepared to succeed with or without wide receiver Wes Welker
- The Broncos are preparing to unveil their new and improved defense on Sunday Night.
- The Denver Broncos are going to host Golfers Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson on Sunday Night as they take on the Indianapolis Colts.
- Ex Denver Broncos tight end Joel Dreessen is joining 104.3 The Fan/Denver.
- Peyton Manning and Adam Gase will not be fined for their visit to Alabama during the offseason.
- The Saints and defensive end Junior Galette agree to a new four-year, $41.5M dollar contract.
- The Dallas Cowboys have added defensive end Michael Sam to their practice squad.
- Houston Texans linebacker/defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is on track to make his NFL debut this sunday.
- Former Oakland Raiders linebacker/bust Rolando McClain has earned himself a starting role with the Dallas Cowboys.
- New England Patriots Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels has been impressed by newly acquired tight end Tim Wright.
- Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin is "going to pray" for the Green Bay Packers rookie center.