Week 8 2018: Packers at Rams
While Sunday ended in a loss for the Packers, clarity in the backfield has started to emerge.
Before Sunday’s loss, Aaron Rodgers-led teams were 8-2 overall and 3-1 on the road in the regular season against California-based teams.
Ty Montgomery fumbled away the Packers’ last real opportunity to retake the lead on Sunday, but his bad game began earlier.
The rookie receiver out-snapped the team’s returning veteran receivers and tied one in targets.
The awful decision cost the Packers a chance at knocking off the NFL’s last unbeaten team.
Ty Montgomery’s fumble robbed Aaron Rodgers of a chance to lead a late comeback in LA.
The Packers are back in front in LA!
The Packers are now down just three points.
Green Bay leads 7-0 early on in Los Angeles.
The Packers are fully healthy this week, but still scratched a veteran cornerback who has yet to make his team debut.
We asked Turf Show Times for some names of players who Packers fans don’t know yet but should for Sunday.
There are four games featuring NFC North teams this week so it’s a great week to stream some Vikings, Packers, Lions and Bears. Oh my!
The bye week has the Packers at nearly full strength.
Joe McAtee of SB Nation’s Los Angeles Rams blog Turf Show Times answers our questions about Sean McVay’s offense, Todd Gurley’s race for the record books, and what he expects from Packers versus Rams.
The Rams have a camouflage cardigan and I’m not even sure what to say.
We can’t quite bring ourselves to pick the Packers this week — at least not most of us.
Tune in as the Packers face their toughest opponent so far in 2018 on Sunday afternoon.
Gurley is a great, versatile talent, but his coach deserves the praise for putting him in great situations.
We get the inside scoop on the Los Angeles Rams’ most exploitable weakness.
Although it was all hands on deck for the Packers yesterday, several players were unable to participate fully in the team’s full-pads practice.
Green Bay’s issues in the run game, and by extension on third down, come from a lack of balance on early downs.
Don’t push the panic button, though. This is consistent with his trends in practice over the past few weeks.
The Packers’ injury list is getting shorter.
The difference between these two teams isn’t on defense despite LA’s big-name talent. If Green Bay’s offense plays to its potential, it can upset the Rams on the road.