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The Green Bay Packers will look to build off their dominating win last Sunday when they face the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.The Packers did everything right last Sunday, as they marched into Houston and laid a smack down on the, then undefeated, Texans. The Rams are coming off a tough loss to the Miami Dolphins. In that game they racked up almost 500 yards of offense but had trouble putting the ball in the endzone, a problem they have had all season.Green Bay’s offense, led by Aaron Rodger’s six touchdowns last week, will hope for a similar offensive output this week. This may not prove easy as the Rams currently hold the 5th highest rated pass defense, only giving up 208 yards per game in the air. While their defense has faced decent quarterbacks so far this season, they haven’t faced a quarterback as skilled as Rodgers.With that being said, it will still be important for the Packers to establish a running game. Brandon Starks came off the field with an injury Sunday and will mo...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- One day of limited participation at practice was enough for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. After admitting Wednesday that the calf injury he suffered in the Week 6 win over the Houston Texans was still "a little tight," Rodgers was feeling better Thursday as he took part in every phase of Green Bay's practice."He's been getting a lot...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was able to
return to practice this week and will suit up this weekend against the St.
Louis Rams, but four other starters will not play. The Packers will be without
defensive tackle B.J. Raji, cornerback Sam Shields, linebacker Nick Perry and
wide receiver Greg Jennings, reports ESPN Wisconsin.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. Clay Matthews has plenty of admirers. Packers fans have been imitating the star outside linebacker's post-sack celebrations ever since Matthews burst into the NFL as a first-round pick in 2009.
Now, there may officially be a winner for best impersonation.
Matthews recently tweeted out the above picture along with the question: "Whose child is this??"...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It had been nearly two years since Aaron Rodgers was listed on the Packers' injury report, but on Wednesday, the reigning NFL MVP could only go through a limited workout.Rodgers injured his calf early in the third quarter of Sunday's win against the Houston Texans, but he continued to play. Three days later, Rodgers is still feeling the effects of the injury...
Stringing wins together was something the Green Bay Packers did with ease last season.
This year, not so much.
Fresh off their rout of the previously unbeaten Texans, the Packers (3-3) head to St. Louis looking to win consecutive game for the first time this season. Coach Mike McCarthy says ''back-to-back'' is the team's theme this week.
As impressive as Sunday...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) The Green Bay Packers are about to find out if their defense truly is deeper than it was last season.
The Packers ranked dead last in the NFL in yards allowed in 2011, prompting general manager Ted Thompson to use his first six draft picks on defensive players and add two more rookie defenders via free agency.
Some of those rookies, along with several holdovers...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Next man up. It's not a new idea in the NFL and it's one that the Packers are once again becoming quite familiar with as their injury report continues to grow.But in Green Bay this season, the next man up at many positions is arguably just as good as -- if not better than -- the player he's replacing. The depth on the Packers' roster, as put together...
Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson are the nationally known stars but James Jones and Randall Cobb are having big years. Without them, the up-and-down Packers might be in big trouble.
Aaron Rodgers, the NFC's Offensive Player of the Week, was held out of Wednesday's practice ... plus much, much more as preparation for Sunday's game at St. Louis is under way.
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