Found October 20, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
GREEN BAY, Wis. A matchup with the St. Louis Rams is not an easy win like it had been in recent years. The Rams were one of the NFL's worst teams, winning only 15 games over the past five seasons combined. That is, of course, as many games as the Packers won just last year alone. But with St. Louis handing the team over to new head coach Jeff Fisher, the Rams have the same record as Green Bay this season at 3-3 and are moving in the right direction. Here are five things to watch for in this game: 1. Another 40-plus point game from the Packers' offense: Scoring more than 40 points in a game like Green Bay did in its Week 6 win over the Houston Texans is not a common feat in the NFL, with the Packers being the only team last weekend to score that much. However, it was a frequent occurrence for Green Bay last season, scoring at least 40 points in six games. That was how dominant the Packers' offense was in 2011. Prior to Week 6, Green Bay's highest point total this...
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