He did play some against the twos. But you want to see him against the 1s. That's when you really find out about a guy. They want to see how he blocks, whether he reads the blocks correctly, if he can make himself available in the passing game, etc...
I think it will be Callahan because Hill got most of the fourth quarter last week. We'll see.
He said he's the exact same weight as last year. That's when he made the big change.
Nice job by Hundley getting away from the rush. Would have liked to see him complete a pass there, but someone has to be open when he starts scrambling.
Patrick got just knocked on his keister there. Completely run over.
It's been pretty much a push. Williams has been the best of the three.
I don't know. It's still to be determined. It depends where he goes after this.
Hundley on a 6-yard scramble.
Start of the fourth, 11:58 to go Broncos 20, Packers 17.
Donatello Brown has replaced Lenzy Pipkins.
I would keep Jones. I think he's showed more.
His numbers so far are 15 for 20 for 150.
There was a good look at what Josh Jones can offer. Blitzed off the back side and was fast and strong enough to catch the back from behind and tackle him.
Calvin and Jones with a nice blitz off the Broncos' left side. But the whole thing is wiped out by a holding penalty Raysean Pringle.
Hundley is coming back for another series.
How can he say that? I guess he is being paid by the Packers.
Brian Price with the fumble recovery. Didn't see who recovered it.
It would be for special teams reasons. And Kerridge is a better short-yardage blocker than Ripkowski.
They'll do that on Thursday when Rodgers and Hundley don't play.
They'll probably keep both.