He has made that a football life of the past, becoming the a multi-threat option, also hauling in 18 receptions for 129 yards and a touchdown this year out of the backfield.
Injuries could open the door for Aaron Jones to take over as the lead Packers back. He proceeded to allegedly play through the discomfort en route to a 5.6 yards per carry average by the time he removed himself from the game. After another loss, Bears coach John Fox will look into the possibility of replacing Glennon with first-round pick Mitchell Trubisky when they take on the Minnesota Vikings on October 9. This rookie tandem could be the reason the Packers enter Dallas with a much more pass-heavy attack, hoping to minimize mistakes which seem to be common in rookie rushers.More news: Harry and Barack Obama cheer on wheelchair basketball players at Invictus Games
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Montgomery's injury isn't serious and he could still play against the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday. He was taken to the hospital following a helmet-to-helmet hit, but he has movement in all his extremities. "He had some good runs and I'm very confident with him in there".
But on Friday, there's no need to sugarcoat the latest on running back Ty Montgomery.More news: That $800 iPhone 8 Plus costs Apple $288 to make
That is not exactly what fantasy players are looking for, but Montgomery did manage 5.9 yards per carry past year as a converted receiver, and Williams has plenty of upside to be a game-changing back. Green Bay saw both Ty Montgomery and Jamaal Williams go down with injuries and miss a large portion of the game. He also mentioned that he was a big fan of Jones' game.
With starting offensive tackles David Bakhtiari (hamstring) and Bryan Bulaga (ankle) inactive and backup tackles Jason Spriggs, Kyle Murphy and Don Barclay on injured reserve, the Packers started a makeshift offensive line that didn't include any career tackles.More news: Kids shot with unsecured gun found at babysitter's home expected to survive
A productive playmaker at UTEP, injuries were the only thing that held Jones back in college.