Let's not get too carried away. There's a long way to go. Seattle is going to adjust to Montgomery in the backfield and then McCarthy is going to have to adjust to that.
Daniels has to destroy to Seattle's interior. That's a huge key.
Seahawks are trying to get the ball out of Wilson's hand quickly. They don't trust their line very much.
Dime coverage now. Matthews on the left.
Lowry working off a stunt with Matthews and sacks Wilson for minus-11.
Lowry making plays the last two weeks.
Bad punt by Jon Ryan. 31 yards.
Lowry did a really nice job not chasing Wilson. After he failed on his outside rush, he held his position and set up contain. Matthews was set up for the sack and it looked like Lowry understood not to get too deep on his rush.
Cobb is coming back from the locker room. Running to the sideline.
Rodgers just has all day today.
There's Rodgers throwing at Sherman. Nelson beats him on a comeback for a first down.
Michael in the backfield again.
Nice force out there by Richard Sherman on Nelson. He stopped a first down. Beat Adams' block.
There he goes again, this time out of the backfield. Got matched up with linebacker K.J. Wright, who tripped over someone's feet.
Now Montgomery goes in motion.
Boy, I wasn't sure if Rodgers was going to see Nelson coming free. He was absolutely wide open crossing the field and Rodgers just found him in time.
When Montgomery went in motion, Seattle had to check it's defense and send the safety over to cover him. That allowed Nelson to run in front of the linebackers. K.J. Wright slipped again.
Terrell, the safety, actually switched over to Cook.
Seems to me the Packers were up something like this in the NFC Championship game. Just saying.
Nelson has five catches for 38 yards and a TD.
Ty Montgomery has 92 yards of total offense so far today.