Packers-Rams Recap: Challenged but Still Unbeaten

Packers-Rams Recap: Challenged but Still Unbeaten

Packers-Rams Recap: Challenged but Still Unbeaten

The Packers lost 29-27 at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, which had 75,822 in attendance, many of whom were Packers fans judging on the noise of the crowd.

Jared Goff passed for 295 yards and three touchdowns while the Rams (8-0) were sternly tested by the Packers (3-3-1). Just like that, Green Bay had the lead again. Montgomery said that he would like "that one player to come and speak to me".

"We go over this stuff every week".

The biggest difference between the two teams could come in the running game. With 8:50 left in the game, he connected with Marquez Valdes-Scantling on a 40-yard touchdown.

Rodgers answered with two touchdown drives to grab a one-point lead for Green Bay in the fourth quarter, but Goff answered his fellow Cal product and childhood hero after Aaron Donald sacked Rodgers on third down to stop the Packers' next drive. Sure enough, the Rams were able to tack on a field goal and regain the lead.

Gurley's scoring catch put Los Angeles ahead in the third quarter.

Montgomery denied Monday that he threw a "tantrum" and said that he was "very disappointed" that the player criticized him anonymously.

" I thought it was huge to be able to have our special teams pin them down deep, resulting in a safety to get us on the board", McVay said.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said the return man was supposed to take a touchback. Unlike the Packers, the Rams have a trusty tailback in Todd Gurley, who can churn out yards on the ground. He had 25 carries for 114 yards.

Josh Reynolds caught two touchdown passes for Los Angeles.

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Green Bay's defense stopped the high-powered Rams on their first five possessions before they got going.

The Rams faced their largest deficit of the remarkable season when they trailed 10-0 early in the second quarter.

"You trust your players on tough decisions, close decisions", McCarthy said. "It's probably the first time in a while we've been healthy".

For the Rams, they'll look to keep their undefeated season alive.

Gurley's touchdown reception extended his touchdown streak to tie the Rams' record set by Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch in 1950-51.

The Rams closed as 7.5-point favorites at most sportsbooks, and a score there by Gurley would have put the Rams up eight.

Veteran Rams defensive back Sam Shields played well against his former team.

The loss dropped Green Bay to 9-22-1 at the Coliseum, including a 7-2- 1 record under the late Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi, including a 35-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in what was then known as the AFL-NFL World Championship Game, known retroactively as Super Bowl I. Shields played seven seasons with the Packers before his fourth concussion in 2016 almost ended his career, but he returned to the National Football League with the Rams this season.

Halfway through a ideal regular season, these Rams are starting to feel like a big hit.

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