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Seahawks vs. Packers halftime score: Both offenses getting into the swing of things

Otto Greule Jr

The Seattle Seahawks head into the second half against the Green Bay Packers leading 17-10. It hasn't been a huge offensive explosion, but both offenses have looked better than the defenses. The Packers have stayed away from Richard Sherman's side of the field entirely, but they are finding success on the other side, so they might as well keep it up.

Neither special teams has looked particularly good. Earl Thomas struggled as a return man, and I can't imagine that lasts much longer. Percy Harvin had a solid kick return, and has been quite active this game. He is a game-changer when healthy, but that is the rub. It will be interesting to see just how many games he plays this season.