The Packers take on the Seahawks this Sunday at Lambeau Field.
The game follows a major winter storm in Wisconsin.
So how are the Packers prepping for the conditions?
“If the wind is blowing, that’s the one thing they can’t account for,” Voice of the Packers Wayne Larrivee tells WTMJ. “They can play through snow. They can play on a field that’s maybe not 100%; a field that’s a little bit slick. But the wind is the one thing, especially in the passing game, that you can’t account for. That’s going to be the big thing. Not only the passing game, but the kicking game as well.”
Larrivee adds that regardless of the conditions, this is one game he expects to be close.
“These playoffs games, Seattle vs Green Bay, no one is going to blow anybody out. It’s going to go right down to the wire. And the kicking game could be a big factor in the end.”
As for those Seahawks…
“Any team that has Russell Wilson on it is dangerous.”
He says the Packers will also need to watch out for wide receiver D.K. Metcalf.
For much more from Wayne Larrivee on Wisconsin’s Morning News, click in the player above.