Bryan Bulaga leaves game, but Packers tie it up

AP

The Seahawks hit the Packers by surprise twice in a row, and it may hurt the rest of the night.

After the Seahawks went ahead 10-7 on a 33-yard touchdown pass to Ricardo Lockette (of course), they knocked Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga out of the game, at least for the moment.

It appeared Bulaga was pushed back into tight end Richard Rodgers on the play, and fell awkwardly. That’s going to be a concern after he blew his left knee last year.

He walked to the locker room with trainers afterward, and his return was announced as questionable.

He was replaced by Derek Sherrod, but the Packers were still able to move the ball (thanks to a 44-yard pass interference when they got Randall Cobb matched up on linebacker Bobby Wagner). But the Packers were only able to get a field goal out of it, tying the game at 10

The Seahawks’ touchdown was a thing of beauty, a college-style read option, which left Lockette wide open for the score.

UPDATE 10:18 p.m. ET: Bulaga is done for the night, giving them something to watch in the coming days.