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ST. LOUIS – The emergence of Randall Cobb continued Sunday at Edward Jones Dome. Green Bay’s second-year wide receiver scored two second half touchdowns to help his team pull away in a close game against scrappy St. Louis, leading to a 30-20 win that helped the Packers complete a stretch of three straight road games with a 2-1 record. Cobb turned Rams rookie corner Janoris Jenkins around on a 5-yard touchdown reception with 8:04 remaining in the third quarter to make it 17-6, then flashed his pure speed on the game-clinching play with 3:06 left in the game. On the Packers' third down play at the St. Louis 39 with the Rams’ crowd in a frenzy, Cobb zipped by cornerback Trumaine Johnson down the right hashmark and hauled in Aaron Rodgers’ third scoring strike of the day. Rodgers absorbed three sacks and several other hard hits from St. Louis’ defensive line in the first half. He got much better protection in the second half. The reigning NFL Most Valuable Player finished 30...
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Mike Lombardi of the NFL Network is reporting that the St. Louis Rams, conceding to the fact that they're not going to the Super Bowl this season or any time soon, are open to trading players for draft picks. (note to Rams, you're 3-3, long way to go guys, the Patriots are even 3-3, relax) With the trade deadline only 9 days away, one intriguing scenario being mentioned...
The Green Bay Packers iron man Charles Woodson is about to miss a substantial amount of time.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- There's no better way to celebrate the birthday of a teammate's child than by removing the tires of his vehicle and spraying silly string inside. At least that's what the Packers apparently believe with the prank they pulled on wide receiver James Jones.Jones got outside to the team's parking lot following Monday's meetings to find his truck...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Green Bay
Packers safety Charles Woodson has a broken collarbone and will be out
approximately six weeks.
Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed the severity of the injury Monday, a day after the team's 30-20 win at St. Louis.
The 36-year-old Woodson broken
his clavicle in the 2011 Super Bowl win over Pittsburgh. McCarthy says
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...
(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...
It’s Week 7 and there are six teams with a bye week. The injuries continue to pile up and teams taking a week off are not helping you as lineup...
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...
Lining up and playing pass defense will be the least of the Packers' problems with Charles Woodson out at least until mid-December. Packer Report examines the challenges confronting Dom Capers as he has to deal with another injury to a front-line player.
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