St. Louis Rams (2-2) at Green Bay Packers (4-0)
|Date & Time||Sunday October 11, 2015, 1:00 PM (EDT)|
The Line: Green Bay Packers -9.5 -- Over/Under: 46
The St. Louis Rams and Green Bay Packers meet Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field.
The St. Louis Rams look for another big road win to get a game above a .500 record. Nick Foles is completing 63.1 percent of his passes for 815 yards, five touchdowns and one interception. Foles has a touchdown pass in eight of his last 10 games. Kenny Britt and Jared Cook have combined for 344 receiving yards and one touchdown while Tavon Austin has 14 receptions. The St. Louis Rams ground game is averaging 94.5 yards per contest, and Todd Gurley leads the way with 155 yards on 25 carries. Defensively, St. Louis is allowing 22.3 points and 355.5 yards per game. Alec Ogletree leads the Rams with 42 tackles, Aaron Donald has 3.5 sacks and Janoris Jenkins has two interceptions. Chase Reynolds, Eugene Sims and Maurice Alexander are questionable.
The Green Bay Packers look to remain undefeated by picking up their third home victory. Aaron Rodgers is completing 72.4 percent of his passes for 995 yards, 11 touchdowns and zero interceptions. Rodgers has not thrown a pick in six straight games. James Jones and Randall Cobb have combined for 606 receiving yards and eight touchdowns while Richard Rodgers has 13 receptions. The Green Bay Packers ground game is averaging 136.3 yards per contest, and Eddie Lacy leads the way with 230 yards and one touchdown. Defensively, Green Bay is allowing 17.8 points and 312 yards per game. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix leads the Packers with 29 tackles, Julius Peppers has 3.5 sacks and Sam Shields has two interceptions. Davante Adams, Jake Ryan and Demetri Goodson are questionable.
The Rams are one of the tougher teams in the NFL to figure out, as one week they'll beat the Seahawks and the next lose to a team like Jacksonville. Make up your mind already, St. Louis. Anyway, while the Rams are building something nice and have a great defensive line, the Packers are on a different level right now.
Rodgers and company are doing what they want when they want to, and there's not a team out there that can stop them. Packers should win this game by double digits.