Through the first eight games of the season, Packers' tight ends produced a total of two touchdowns. Sunday, they doubled that mark.
Brandon Bostick came up with the first when he caught a 1-yard TD from Rodgers on a fourth-and-one play on the Packers' first drive of the game. It marked the fourth straight game the Packers' first drive of the game resulted in a touchdown.
For Bostick, it was just his second catch of the season. He entered the game with one catch for two yards, and now has two receptions for three yards and a TD.
Andrew Quarless hauled in a 4-yard scoring pass from Rodgers on Green Bay's next drive, his third of the season.