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                 === Quinn helps Seahawks slip past Packers ===
 
 Green  Bay, WI (Sports Network) - Brady Quinn found Stephen Williams for a 42-
 yard  touchdown  midway through  the  fourth  quarter  to propel  the  Seattle
 Seahawks to a 17-10 preseason win over the Green Bay Packers.
 
 After  his  first two  drives ended  in punts,  Quinn completed three straight
 passes before finding the preseason standout Williams, who jumped over a Green
 Bay  corner  to reel in his  third touchdown of the preseason. Williams caught
 two  passes  for  58  yards  and  a touchdown  while  the  former  Notre  Dame
 quarterback went 5-for-8 for 89 yards and a score.
 
 Russell  Wilson  commanded the Seattle  offense for  the entire first half and
 into   the  second,   completing  11-of-17  passes  for  126  yards  with  two
 interceptions.  Marshawn  Lynch took just  three carries for eight yards while
 rookie  running  back Christine  Michael went for  97 yards and  a score on 11
 rushes. Doug Baldwin hauled in two passes for 36 yards.
 
 Aaron  Rodgers lasted  only a series, connecting on 4-of-7 throws for 41 yards
 before  giving way to  Graham Harrell, who put up an underwhelming 49 yards on
 6-of-13  passing. The  Packers have been kept  out of the end zone on all five
 Rodgers-led drives during the preseason.
 
 Vince  Young,  battling for the  backup quarterback job behind Rodgers,  fared
 well,  rushing three  times for  39  yards and  throwing  for 41  yards and  a
 touchdown on 6-of-7 passing.
 
 Wilson  was nearly  perfect on Seattle's opening drive, completing all five of
 his  passes  to five  different receivers  and scrambling for  13 yards on the
 first play from scrimmage. However a sack on 2nd-and-goal held the visitors to
 a disappointing three points on a 27-yard Steven Hauschka field goal.
 
 Mason  Crosby  knotted the score with  a field goal  of his own on Green Bay's
 first  drive. Rodgers found tight end Jermichael Finley for 22 yards on second
 down  from near midfield, but missed Finley in the end zone a few plays later,
 setting up the 38-yard kick.
 
 Towards  the end  of the  half, Harrell  threw what  appeared to  be a  4-yard
 touchdown  strike  to Finley on  4th-and-2, but  a replay review confirmed the
 ball  hit the  carpet before Finley gained possession, resulting in a turnover
 on downs.
 
 The highlight of the night came early in the third quarter, when Michael burst
 through  a hole and scored from 43 yards out. Rookie receiver Jermaine Kearse,
 who  scored a  pair of touchdowns a  week ago, laid the key block downfield to
 spring Michael.
 
 Green  Bay's lone touchdown  drive came when Young was the architect of an 11-
 play,  80-yard march  that resulted in a 1-yard touchdown dump off to fullback
 Jonathan  Amosa. Key  plays on  the drive  included a  21-yard Young  scramble
 and a 16-yard pass to tight end Andrew Quarless.
 
 B.J.  Coleman  led  the Packers  inside  the  red  zone  late and  found  Jake
 Stoneburner, but a costly fumble at the Seattle 3-yard line ended the Packers'
 comeback hopes.
 
 08/23 23:32:40 ET