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Green Bay Packers at Los Angeles Rams

Green Bay Packers at Los Angeles Rams

Greg Zuerlein hit a 34-yard field goal with 2:05 left before Wilson forced and recovered Montgomery's fumble on the ensuing kickoff, and Gurley's prudent decision to go down wrapped up the Rams' 29-27 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. That was him saying, 'I'm gonna do me.' It's a f--ing joke.

"We made a mistake".

By all accounts, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers should've had his fourth-quarter moment versus the Rams, but a fumbled return by Ty Montgomery halted his chance.

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It's a game they weren't expected to win, but one they will feel like they should've won. The star of the energetic defense was rookie cornerback Jaire Alexander, who broke up five passes and showed how dynamic a defender he can be. Cooks was held to three catches, on eight targets, for 74 yards. "But I've never been a guy to completely disobey what I'm being told". Everybody, trust me, when everybody walks off the field, there's always plays you're thinking about, whether you've played, or coached, or called plays, whether you're in charge of the scout team, as far as did you give them the best look.

Packers cornerback Tramon Williams defended Ty Montgomery after several Packers players anonymously accused the running back of being selfish when he didn't take a knee on the kickoff late in Sunday's loss. Jaire Alexander was excellent in his first game back from injury, and rookie wide receivers Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown made a few key plays. McCarthy also felt the way the team responded to the momentum shifts - from 10 points up in the first half to 10 down in the second half to multiple lead changes in the fourth quarter - was a huge factor in almost handing the Rams their first loss. "When the momentum swings the other way, you can't fight it, you have to embrace it". It was basically a replay of the San Francisco game all over again. "Unfortunately, we didn't have that opportunity".

The Los Angeles Rams, with a 7-0 record, are the only undefeated team remaining entering Week 8 of the 2018 National Football League season, and they have a tough matchup at home Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. "That's where we are".