2. Marty B. can whip up some pancakes
A lot has been made of the newfound chemistry between Martellus Bennett and Aaron Rodgers, as evidenced by the 6-foot-6 tight end securing 3 of his 6 targets for 43 yards.
Similarly, the well-traveled veteran’s confrontation with opposing linebacker K.J. Wright following some questionable contact with the Packers’ signal caller added another colorful moment to Sunday’s victory.
But a case could be made for Bennett’s block on Montgomery’s touchdown scamper being the former Patriot’s best play of the contest.
During the run, No. 80 pushed the much smaller Shaquill Griffin to the left and cleared the lane for his teammate.
Bennett’s combination of size, length and athletic ability allow him to tangle with defensive ends, as well as 200-pound corners and safeties.