That's actually a bracket type coverage, but there's that window that Favre used to hit all the time to Freeman.
For a receiver, Montgomery is a big. 215 pounds.
I actually don't have a problem with that throw to Cook. Make them cover that tight end. Give them concern that you're going to throw to Cook when he's singled.
It hasn't lately, but I don't know the medical report. I'm not sure when it bothers him and when it doesn't. They dont' let us know.
Montgomery has six carries for 40 yards.
That playcalling is terrible.
McCarthy needs to be replaced with those kind of calls.
And this time Ripkowski follows through on the short yardage and the Packers are going up by 14.
Huge drive. Just as important as that 17-play drive a week ago.
Some huge plays on that drive. Nelson with two huge catches, Montgomery a couple nice runs, Janis a 19-yard reverse and Ripkowski finishes it with a 3-yard run.
I'm not sure it's changed what Houston is doing. i think Nelson just willed himself to make a couple of catches on that last drive and then McCarthy started mixing things up a little more. But really, it comes down to guys making tough catches, breaking tackles and getting extra yards.
Aaron Rodgers is 20 of 30 for 209 yards and 2 TDs, 108.9 rating.
Jordy Nelson has 8 catches for 118 yards and a touchdown.
I think he's a hybrid guy that you can use either way. They still need to draft or sign a full-time back. But for this season, Montgomery is giving them something.
No. He's on his third team. There's a reason for that.