Green Bay Packer quarterback, Aaron Rogers continued his hot streak Sunday against the Rams, going 30 for 37, throwing for 342 yards and 3 touchdowns. Nelson and Cobb both had 8 catches and averaged double digits in yards per catch. The Rams defensively made several mental mistakes, which you can not do against a good team, especially when that team is hot. The defense failed to cause a turnover this week or apply ample amount of pressure on Rogers, two things they need to desperately do in order to win the game.
Even though the Packer defense had a few key players injured, the Rams offense played a decent game. Bradford threw for 255 yards, Jackson, Richardson and Givens combined for 107 yards rushing. Bradford completed passes to 7 different receivers, all catching at least 2 passes. The Rams actually put up a good fight on Sunday against the Packers and proved to the league that they are not last years team. The Patriots are put on upset alert, for next Sundays game.
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Written by James Scoggins Jr.