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Moving forward, the reputation of Ty Montgomery will include what happened in the final two minutes of the game.
"I had a returnable ball, so I made a split-second decision on, I don't know if this is going to land on the goal line, so I'm not going to take a knee on the goal line or the half-yard line and take a chance at putting the game in the refs' hands".
"I mean, what the (expletive) are you doing?" As far as the drama and non-sense about it, I have nothing to say.
Montgomery, who admitted he's always told to keep kickoffs in the end zone, thought he was too close to the goal line and chose to test his luck against Los Angeles' special teams.
Rodgers, who went 18-for-30 for 286 yards and one touchdown on the day, called it "frustrating" to lose a game in that way at the end.
His teammates were clearly upset afterward, as was his head coach. Cornerback Damarious Randall sits and pouts after being removed from a game against the Bears. The team's veteran players wanted Randall to be released after the incident. He was their best cornerback in a awful group. Then they traded him in the offseason.
After Reynolds scored on a 19-yard grab late in the third, the Packers responded with Aaron Jones' 33-yard TD draw run up the middle with 13 seconds left. Not only is he a better kick returner than Montgomery, he's a better punt returner than Tramon Williams. The Packers don't always take the obvious path, but it's hard to see how they can't in this situation. You can't have someone like that around when you're on the brink of being a losing football team. I think you can ask a lot of guys around the locker room.