Seems like as soon as they see Burnett in the middle, the Seahawks run the ball. Burnett and Thomas in the middle right now.
Lots of dumb pushing and shoving and I'll bet you Julius Peppers just drew an unsportsmanlike penalty.
Cobb heading to the locker room on a cart.
Sorry that was on Datone Jones. Dumb, dumb move.
False start is wiped off and unsportsmanlike is walked off because it's post-whistle.
Well, there's the reason they're putting Morgan Burnett in the middle of the defense. To cover tight ends.
Beautiful read and he picks off Wilson. And he didn't slide down.
Burnett just in man coverage with Jimmy Graham.
Packers continue to try to establish Montgomery on the ground. It's not a bad idea. They're going to be able to throw out of that soon.
Cook lined up wide outside beats a much smaller CB, DeShawn Shead. Big first down.
Cook out wide with Sherman on him now.
The multiple receiver sets and use of Montgomery is stressing the Seahawks secondary and linebackers.
On the play to Nelson, ,the Packers got Chancellor in coverage. That's a great match-up for Nelson.
And there's Montgomery up the middle for the TD.
Montgomery is a key. They have to treat him like a receiver, so they've got to have five or six DBs in the game. When they have five, the Packers are using him as a potential receiver and they're getting really good match-ups elsewhere on the field.
Seattle can't play base defense with Montgomery in the backfield. And when they play nickel, Rodgers is spreading the formation out and giving Montgomery to run against a reduced box.
The difference between Montgomery in the backfield and Cobb in the backfield is that Montgomery is built like a running back.
He wasn't returning kicks, just punts. Hyde will move in there.
Now, that's a bit of a problem. But on that last series you saw Jared Cook do it.
And Montgomery makes the tackle on special teams, too.
He already has. They've put him in motion and set him outside.
He was in the slot on that pass to the 2-yard line that set up Montgomery's run.