The Rams fell to the Packers 32-18 in the divisional round of the playoffs on Saturday afternoon inside frigid Lambeau. Unfortunately, in the battle between the two number-one scoring offense and defense, offense won out in the end thanks to a combination of a flaming-hot Aaron Rodgers and a less-than-healthy Aaron Donald.
In today’s podcast, I dish out my lasting thoughts on how the game went and why it was surprising, what could have been the downfall of the defense — aside from Donald — and then finish it off with my personal “winners and losers” from Saturday’s contest.
I have a written version of the article so if you’d prefer to check that out, as well, here’s the link.
The 2020 season was tremendous not for the what they won in the end, but for the Rams simply breaking through the plethora of low expectations set for them prior to the season and finishing with a better record than they had in 2019. Instead of dwelling on the unfortunate things, let’s try and rejoice in the silver linings ahead of the upcoming offseason and draft season.
(Side note: you’ll likely hear a moment where I lean away from the microphone and spray one of my cats who was acting up, so enjoy that)