Late fumble ends Packers chances in 29-27 loss to Rams

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Ndamukong Suh then with the Detroit Lions steps on the leg of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Dec. 28 2014

Green Bay Packers running back Ty Montgomery decried the state of humanity on Monday, as he detailed the fact that he and his family have receiving threatening messages after Montgomery's crucial fumble during the Packers' loss to the Rams on Sunday.

"Man, forget fantasy and forget Vegas", Gurley said after the game via ESPN. "It's a reflection of how much these guys care, it's a reflection on how much they want to win, and it clearly, directly reflects we had every intention to go out there and beat that team, and that's a damn good team".

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Montgomery's statement came in the wake of a prior report that suggested teammates felt he was selfish for attempting to return the kickoff that led to his fateful fumble. "I saw when he kind of slowed down, he knew what he was doing". This was one of the best games of this week, and that should be a top matchup next week.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Rodgers with 8:50 left to put the Packers ahead 27-26, but Goff and Gurley drove the Rams into range for Zuerlein's second field goal of the fourth quarter after a 25-yard punt by JK Scott. On third-and-10 from the Packers' 21-yard line, Gurley had a clear path to the end zone on an outside run.

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Even if he didn't fumble, this was a suboptimal decision from Montgomery.

"According to more than a half dozen Packers players and coaches who witnessed it, Montgomery had thrown a tantrum of his own on Green Bay's previous offensive series, becoming noticeably enraged on the sideline after being removed from the game", Silver wrote on NFL.com. "That hurt us", another Packers player said, per Silver.

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As if his late game blunder wasn't bad enough, it turns out Montgomery was going against the coaches' wishes by taking the ball out of the end zone. Guys talking about how they can trust me, it's tough for me to trust anyone now. You know what that was? "I think we all realize with the management of the clock and where we wanted to be there, we wanted to be north of the two minutes with one timeout". "All you gotta do is give him the ball, and you know what's gonna happen". "This team has demonstrated through eight games that while we have a long way to go, this team is capable of winning games in a bunch of different ways". He may have cost himself the single-season touchdown record in the process as well as many others a boatload of cash, but he doesn't care. They had plenty to say regarding what happened on the Montgomery debacle.

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