Coming off an impressive bounce-back victory, the Green Bay Packers are looking to finally exhibit the consistency of an elite team.
Looking to win consecutive games for the first time this season, the Packers conclude a three-game road stretch Sunday against a St. Louis Rams club they have dominated recently.
Amid criticism from media and fans alike, Green Bay (3-3) delivered a resounding 42-24 win over previously undefeated Houston on Sunday night. Aaron Rodgers went 24 of 37 for 338 yards with a team record-tying six touchdowns and no interceptions.
That allowed the Packers to re-assert themselves as one the NFL's best - at least for one week.
"Our team has a lot of pride," coach Mike McCarthy said. "They have never lost any confidence. I haven't seen that. I think after (Sunday) night's win, it's even stronger.
"But you just turn the page and you get up and you come into work."
The Packers were coming off a 30-27 loss at Indianapolis the previous week in which they blew a ...