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Grant dashed through the snow and Seattle.

Packer Report editor Bill Huber empties his tape recorder and notebook before Sunday's game, including items on Qwest Field's earth-shaking noise, what last year's playoff game means, a mellow but intense Holmgren and much, much more.

How loud does it get at Seattle's Qwest Field? In the 2005 NFC title game, Fox Sports recorded the volume inside the specially designed open-air stadium at 137 decibels. In a 2005 regular-season game, the New York Giants visited Seattle and committed 11 false-start penalties. And in a 2006 playoff game against Dallas, researchers at the University of Washington said the noise and commotion by...

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