Michael Bennett is down at the Packers 35-yard line. Martellus is there standing over him.
Bennett ran off the field. He'll be back.
Montgomery now has 12 carries for 40 yards. Officials ruled that forward progress was called before Montgomery fumbled.
Packers lead in time of possession, 25:16 to 17:24.
Got a couple of penalties, I know that. But I haven't been focusing closely on him.
Two Seahawks down now in the offensive backfield after that screen to Montgomery. Jarran Reed and Frank Clark are both down.
Both Clark and Reed seem to be OK. They had a pretty good collision.
Bennett lined up out wide in a bunch.
Nice looking play when you have Bennett out there blocking a linebacker in the open field.
They're finding ways to get Montgomery the ball. It worked for them last year and it's starting to work for them this year.
Rodgers snapped the ball with Seattle trying to get a 12th guy off the field...deep ball to Nelson is a TD.
Nelson right down the post for the TD. Rodgers led him perfectly.
Ran right at Earl Thomas, read the way he had flipped and then came back the other direction. Very nice route. That's what separates Nelson from a lot of other receivers.
With Thomas over the top. The linebacker is counting on Thomas to help.
That drive was 9 plays, 75 yards, 4:03. PACKERS 14, SEAHAWKS 6.
I think so, especially with Lockette.
I think they were trying to pin him in the corner. Wind looks like it's at Crosby's back.
Burnett and Martinez in the middle to start this drive.
That's the end of the third quarter.