Green Bay Packers ‘Robert Tonyan isn’t surprised by Aaron Rodgers’ quick start


GREEN BAY, Wisconsin – Green Bay Packers tight end Robert Tonyan knew quarterback Aaron Rodgers was going to start this season on a tear – how, he wouldn’t say it – but it would at least have seemed more believable than someone else. one saying Tonyan would lead the NFL in touchdowns after a quarter of the season.But here’s Tonyan with five touchdown catches – three in Monday night’s 30-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons at Lambeau Field – and here’s the Packers at 4-0 thanks in large part to an almost flawless start to the season. by the 36-year-old Quarterback.

“Before the season I already knew this was going to happen,” Tonyan said when asked about Rodgers’ stellar play in the season’s opening quarter. “I already knew this was going to happen. That’s all I have to say. ”

The numbers say the rest: The Packers scored at least 30 non-turnover points in each of the first four games – making them the first team in NFL history to start a season with four of those games, according to the Elias sports office. And they have done so with various contributors while facing a plethora of infringing injuries. They played their second straight game without Pro Bowl wide receiver Davante Adams (hamstrings) and were also without No. 2 receiver Allen Lazard (who is indefinitely out due to an abdominal muscle injury that required intervention. surgery just days after his career best game of the week. 3).


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