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Green Bay Packers
St. Louis Rams
Missing six starters did not slow down the Green Bay Packers en-route to their 30-20 victory at St Louis Sunday. The Rams suffer their first home loss of the year and are 3-4 overall. Green Bay improves to 4-3.While the game was at St. Louis there was clearly a large contingent of Packer fans. Evident every time John Kuhn touched the ball and calls of KUUUUUHHHNN echoed throughout the dome.The first half was a game of two teams executing their game plan. Green Bay fast moving, no huddle, quick passes, some runs, and big plays. St. Louis methodical, keeping the ball away from the potent Packer offense. Both teams executed really well, which lead to a close 10-6 Packer lead with each team missing a scoring opportunity.St. Louis drove to the Packer 14-yard line. Facing a 4th-and-2 they went for it, over kicking the field goal. Sam Bradford threw a strike to Brandon Gibson on a quick slant but it was broken up by Davon House who stripped the ball out of the grip of Gibson.With 0:40 left...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Green Bay Packers put together their first winning streak of the season after beating the St. Louis Rams 30-20 Sunday afternoon.Aaron Rodgers and the offense continued to roll, as Rodgers racked up 342 yards passing and had three touchdowns on the day. Randall Cobb had two receiving touchdowns and Jordy Nelson had 122 yards on only eight catches and added a touchdown as well...
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ “Shhhhhh” campaign continued as the Green Bay Packers beat the Rams 30-20 in front of a St. Louis crowd full of Cheeseheads.
Rodgers was near perfect while completing 30 of his 37 passes for 342 yards and three touchdowns. Last season’s MVP has thrown 16 touchdowns in his last four games.
What It Means: The Packers are now 4-3 and it’s really...
It was a win the Packers needed coming off a momentum-changing victory a week ago, and with Aaron Rodgers once again playing at the top of his game, Green Bay beat the Rams in St. Louis.
Five things we learned from the Packers' 30-20 win:
1. Rodgers is back.
Rodgers didn't look like the reigning NFL MVP through the first five games this season. He was still performing...
ST. LOUIS At a time when standing .500 can either mean progress or a letdown, Sam Bradford and Aaron Rodgers met on the field with a proven winner trending upward. A sizable Green Bay Packers contingent roared in the clearing Edward Jones Dome, turning the St. Louis Rams' sanctuary into Lambeau Field with a roof.
The Rams' stellar start, which saw them own their first...
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It was another exciting week in the NFC North as the Packers, Vikings, and Bears all earned victories while the Lions fell to the cellar. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers passing game is back, but the rushing attack is goneThe Packers defeated the St. Louis Rams 30-20 on Sunday with Rodgers completing 30 of 37 passes for 342 yards and three passing touchdowns, but the Packers...