St. Louis Rams 0-10-0-0 — 10
Green Bay Packers 14-0-7-3— 24
The Packers look to improve to 5-0 when the 2-2 St. Louis Rams pay a visit to Lambeau Field on Sunday. Green Bay is coming off a road win in San Francisco in which its defense shined, while the Rams might have saved their season with a 24-22 win in Arizona.
The game kicks off at 1 p.m. and can be seen on some local FOX networks. Click here for a coverage map and keep it here for live updates and highlights of the game:
Rodgers Connected With Ty Montgomery For the Game’s 1st Score
Green Bay jumped out to an early 7-0 lead when Rodgers hit Ty Montgomery for a 31-yard touchdown on 3rd-and-6 early in the game.
Rodgers Finally Threw a Interception at Lambeau Field
The long steak finally ended at 586 pass attempts at home, dating back to 2012. In a tribute to Rodgers, it was of no fault of his own.
Nick Foles Threw an Ugly Pick-Six to Give Packers a 14-0 Lead
The Packers threatened to blow the game open as Quinten Rollins took a Nick Foles pass 45 yards for a touchdown.
The Rams Got on the Board in the 2nd Quarter
With the offense struggling to get anything going, the Rams turned to Todd Gurley to drive the offense. Tavon Austin continued his hot streak with a touchdown pass from Foles and the deficit was cut to 14-7.
James Jones Hauled in a Long Touchdown from Rodgers
The Packers jumped out to a 21-10 lead in the third quarter when Rodgers threw his second touchdown of the game to James Jones.
Preview: Packers Host Rams Looking to Move to 5-0
Over the past several years, drafting a running back at the top of the first round became unthinkable. Most people came to realize that the position is quite replaceable and even the best battle injury issues for the majority of their careers.
But the St. Louis Rams took a shot with their first round draft pick, selecting Todd Gurley out of Georgia. Though he was recovering from an ACL injury at the time, Gurley was viewed as possibly a generational talent worth of such a draft choice.
Gurley is slowly getting back to 100 percent health, and might be the most crucial part of the 2-2 Rams offense the rest of the season. He rushed for more than 100 yards in the second half of the win over the Cardinals, and with the team devoid of wide receivers he might just be the best offensive player the team has already.