Packers Tight End Andrew Quarless is hoping for more offensive opportunities to contribute after making the game-winning catch Sunday.
"I hope so. I hope so," Quarless recently told The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "The future will tell, but it starts in practice. The more and more I split out and am moving around the field, it's only going to help and hopefully we can build upon it."
Quarless' big grab this weekend came with just three seconds left on the clock, and kept the Packers above .500 with a 4-2 record. Their next game will come at home against the 3-2-1 Panthers.