Rams defense ready for what Packers QB Rodgers can create | Associated Press
The Rams compare preparing for Aaron Rodgers to Russell Wilson, as both quarterbacks can extend plays and hurt you outside of the pocket.
If history serves, the Rams should take care of business on Sunday. Interesting perspective from Wisconsin.
Former Cal QBs Goff, Rodgers Will Square Off for First Time | Rams Official
Which QB will reign supreme in the battle of the Bears? Kyle Boller will not be suiting up on Sunday.
Green Bay Packers preparing to counter Los Angeles Rams’ play-action puzzle | Journal Sentinel
Some interesting theories on how to go about slowing the Rams’ potent attack. Spoiler Alert: Mike McCarthy doesn’t have a clue.
After getting flexed out of last Sunday’s primetime game, the Rams aren’t likely to be flexed back in considering the upcoming schedule. The Sunday night broadcast has certainly become a far better viewing experience than either TNF or MNF.
I personally don’t believe trap games exist when you’re undefeated — maintaining a perfect record provides a pretty singular focus, and overlooking Aaron Rodgers isn’t likely to happen. Still, this one should be much closer than the spread suggests.
A couple of Broncos headline Cam DaSilva’s list of potential trade targets for LA.
In Les We Trust. Les is more. The Les coast is the best coast. Ummm. Hey, would it surprise anyone if Snead made a move here? Clearly we have one glaring weakness. Bring us some heat off the edge, Mr. Snead. Bring it to us now.
Let’s hope Shields can share some inside information on his former teammate and buddy. And let’s hope he picks him off a few times, too.
Marcus Peters has Much Respect for Aaron Rodgers | Rams Official
Peters will face Rodgers for the second time in his career. The first was during his rookie season, and the Chiefs were soundly beaten.