The Green Bay Packers came up with a win on the road Sunday over the St. Louis Rams, 36-17. With the victory, the Packers reached a record of 2-1 and move a game behind the division leader, the Minnesota Vikings.
Next weekÆs game is in Minnesota against long-time Packers signal caller and future first ballot Hall of Famer, Brett Favre. A win would put the Packers in control of the division.
ItÆs not going to happen.
DonÆt get me wrong: Green Bay did some impressive things in this game. Green BayÆs defense continued to force turnovers, with two fumbles and a pick.
On offense, the Packers showed balance in getting over 400 yards. Ryan Grant ran out the clock well as the Packers offense wore down the Rams by the fourth quarter, getting 152 yards on 37 carries ...
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Article written by MJ Kasprzak