Packers vs Rams : Green Bay have had a week off and are no doubt ready to get back on the field. They will challenge the Rams on the road at 4:25 p.m. on Sunday. Green Bay will be hoping to continue their now three-game streak of scoring more points each matchup than the last.
Green Bay had a rough outing against Detroit three weeks ago, but a little bit of home cooking seems to have fixed things right up. Green Bay skirted past San Francisco 33-30. Aaron Rodgers was the offensive standout of the match for Green Bay, as he passed for 425 yards and 2 touchdowns. That makes it six straight good games in a row from Rodgers.
Meanwhile, the Rams might be getting used to good results now that the team has seven wins in a row. They took their contest against San Francisco last Sunday by a conclusive 39-10 score. The match was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point the Rams had established a 32-10 advantage.
Packers vs Rams: How To Watch
When: Sunday at 4:25 PM ET
Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, California
Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Ticket Cost: $174.80
Green Bay bounced back from a loss at Detroit three weeks ago to outlast San Francisco two weeks ago 33-30. The Packers had last week off.
Green Bay spotted the 49ers the first seven points of the game two weeks ago, then scored the next 17. The Packers later were down 30-23 early in the fourth quarter but pulled even on an Aaron Rodgers touchdown connection with Devante Adams with just under two minutes to go. The Pack then won it with an interception, an 81-yard drive with no timeouts and a short Mason Crosby field goal at the buzzer.
Los Angeles remained the last undefeated team in the league this season with a 39-10 rout of that same San Francisco outfit last week. The Rams only led 3-0 after one quarter but pressed that advantage to 22-7 at the half, then scored the first 10 points out of the locker room, on their way to the easy victory and cover as eight-point divisional road favorites.
While Goff was a little kid growing up in Marin County, his father took him to games at Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium, where he watched Rodgers’ collegiate brilliance for California.
That kid also got one of his first lessons in professional sports heartbreak when his favorite NFL team — the San Francisco 49ers — used the No. 1 pick in the 2005 draft on Alex Smith instead of Rodgers.
“Yeah, 10-year-old Jared was very upset when he found out they didn’t take Aaron,” Goff said.
Once he grew up and filled out, Goff followed Rodgers’ path to Berkeley. And 3½ years after Goff became the No. 1 pick that Rodgers never was, they’ll face each other for the first time when Goff’s unbeaten Los Angeles Rams (7-0) host Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers (3-2-1) on Sunday.