In his second game back from injury, Shaun Alexander ran for 201 yards, and Matt Hasselbeck returned after missing four games with injuries to help the Seahawks rally for a 34-24 victory over the Packers on Monday night.
Hasselbeck, who threw three first-half interceptions, recovered to throw touchdowns of 4 yards to Darrell Jackson and 3 to Jerramy Stevens in the fourth quarter, erasing a 21-12 deficit.
Alexander's 201 yards, on 40 carries, nearly matched his total for the season: He went in with 224 yards and a 2.7-yard average. He had missed six games with a stress fracture in his foot.
Donald Driver caught a short slant pass from Brett Favre, broke an arm tackle and sprinted 48 yards for a touchdown that put the Packers up 21-19 after three.
Favre's touchdown throw was the 410th of his career, 10 from tying Dan Marino for most in NFL history. It came on the first possession of the second half and gave the Packers a 21-12 lead.
Driver caught the quick throw, and traversed the snowy field, running through the arm tackle attempt of Ken Hamlin.
Seattle stayed close thanks to reserve wideout D.J. Hackett, who became Hasselbeck's favorite target. Hasselbeck threw a 23-yard touchdown to Hackett midway through the third. Hackett beat cornerback Patrick Dendy on a deep cross, two plays after Dendy was called for illegal contact on third down, keeping Seattle's drive alive.
It was Hackett's second TD reception of the season.
Early in the fourth quarter the Seahawks drove 77 yards in 10 plays and took the lead on Jackson's touchdown reception. A two-point conversion made it 27-21.
The Packers drove 43 yards, setting up a 34-yard field goal that drew them within 27-24 with 10:50 left. But Hasselbeck's TD pass to Stevens made it 34-24 with 6:13 left, and Favre was intercepted on the next two possessions.
Hasselbeck was intercepted twice by Charles Woodson and also fumbled late in the first half.