Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdowns, including a career-long 93-yarder to Jordy Nelson, and the Packers rolled to a 24-3 victory over the Rams. With Sunday’s loss by NFC North rival Detroit, the Packers (6-0) are the last unbeaten team left in the NFL this season. Meanwhile the Rams (0-5) will try next week for their first win.
Rodgers threw for 310 yards, delivering touchdowns to Nelson, James Jones and Donald Driver.
Sam Bradford was 28 of 44 for 321 yards with an interception for the Rams (0-5), who were coming off their bye week.
“We do not accept losing and our actions will reflect that,” Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said. “It is about winning football games, not moral victories.”
– On offense, the Rams totaled 424 yards (125 rushing, 299 passing), collecting 22 first downs (nine rushing, 13 passing), and a time of possession of 30:41. The performance is the highest total yardage since the team posted 431 yards at Denver (12/5/10).
– The Rams outgained the Packers in the third quarter 102 to 85 yards, forced them to punt on both drives, went two-for-four on third down and put together a 10 play, 70 yard, 4:01 minute drive, including four first downs, no penalties, and a fourth down conversion.
– The Rams extended their streak of consecutive games with at least one takeaway to 11 when S Craig Dahl intercepted QB Aaron Rodgers in the fourth quarter. The interception is Dahl’s first of the season, third career. Dahl’s last interception came at New Orleans (12/12/10).
– QB Sam Bradford threw for 321 yards, completing 28-of-44 passes. The performance marks his second 300 yard passing game of the season, third career. He threw for 331 at the New York Giants (9/19/11).
– RB Steven Jackson rushed for a season-high 96 yards on 18 attempts, a 5.3-yard average. Jackson added four receptions for 29 yards for a total of 125 yards from scrimmage on the day.
– Jackson’s four passes pushed him past Jim Phillips (333) for eighth on the team’s all-time receptions list with 335 career catches.
– Rookie WR Greg Salas lead the team in receptions with eight catches for 77 yards, both career highs.
– WR Danario Alexander lead the team in receiving yards with 91 on six catches, including a 32-yard long. Alexander’s six receptions ties career highs.
– K Josh Brown converted at 36-yard field goal at the end of the half.