It seemed like the Los Angeles Rams had it in the bag – but Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers showed why they’re a power to be reckoned with. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at Aaron Rodgers’ game-winning performance against LA and what it means for the Packers’ future.
The 24:12 in the Monday Night Game versus the Rams just meant the 6th win of the season in the 14th video game for the Packers, but the team around Star Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is still in to defend the play-off tickets and is still allowed
wish for a wildcard.
The protecting champion must currently bury all hopes.
Almost a year after the Super Bowl accomplishment, the RAMs are now just the Denver Broncos at ten beats somewhat achieved a year after winning the title.
Something is still clear: Rodgers & Co. still need a great deal of protecting aid from other teams and should no longer allow themselves an error.
Rodgers likes Monday
Quickly to the game: The Gunslinger led his packers to triumph at minus 9 degrees in Lambeau Field, brought 22 of his 30 tosses to a teammate and had a goal pass and an interception in the books (229 yards).
On Monday Night Games, Rodgers now has 9 triumphs in series, only Kenny Stabler had a longer series with eleven wins from 1975 to 1980.
For the RAMs, QB Baker Mayfield came on a weak 111 Passing Yards (11/21, 1 TD, 1 int).
Only 22 seconds prior to completion he reached the end zone with an 8-yard pass on Tyler Higbee and guaranteed the last score.