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Sean McVay on Jared Goff: Everything is being evaluated

After the Rams lost to the Packers on Saturday afternoon, Rams head coach Sean McVay said that Jared Goff was the team’s starting quarterback “right now.” McVay revisited the topic on Sunday and made it clear that he’s not writing Goff’s name into the starting lineup for 2021. McVay said that he thinks it is [more]

Brandon Staley interviewing with Texans, Chargers, Eagles

After the Rams fell to the Packers on Saturday, their defensive coordinator is hitting the interview circuit. According to NFL media’s Tom Pelissero, Brandon Staley interviewed with the Texans on Sunday morning and will have an in-person interview with the cross-town Chargers on Sunday afternoon. Pelissero also reports Staley will fly to Florida to meet [more]

Sean McVay on Jared Goff: “He’s the quarterback right now”

At the tail end of Rams coach Sean McVay’s press conference following a postseason loss to the Packers, McVay was asked a simple question about quarterback Jared Goff. “If he your quarterback?” Said McVay: “Yeah, he’s the quarterback right now.” The session ended at that point, without the opportunity for anyone to further inquire regarding [more]

Jared Goff: There are no moral victories, especially in the playoffs

For a quarterback just a few weeks removed from surgery to repair a broken thumb, quarterback Jared Goff played relatively well on Saturday. He finished 21-of-27 passing for 174 yards with a touchdown, though he was sacked four times. Goff also didn’t commit a giveaway for the second consecutive week. The Rams had a turnover [more]

Aaron Rodgers: It means a lot to host the NFC Championship Game

Aaron Rodgers has played in four conference championship games. None of them have been at Lambeau Field. That will change next Sunday when the Packers host either the Buccaneers or the Saints for the right to advance to Super Bowl LV. “It means a lot,” Rodgers said, via ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, following Green Bay’s 32-18 [more]

Allen Lazard: We’re the No. 1 offense, we’re not worried who’s on the other side

The Packers finished the regular season leading the league in scoring. The Rams were the league’s best team in yards and points allowed. Defense wins championships may be the cliché, but Green Bay’s offense came out on top in the divisional round. The Packers won 32-18 behind 484 yards of offense — the most the [more]

Sean McVay on Aaron Donald: It’s unfortunate he wasn’t at full strength today

Though Rams head coach Sean McVay told the Fox broadcast in a halftime interview that Aaron Donald wasn’t on a snap limitation, he clearly was not 100 percent after suffering an injury to his ribs last week. Donald had only one tackle on the final stats sheet. He was also consistently shown on the sideline, [more]

Packers defeat Rams 32-18, advance to NFC Championship Game

The NFC’s road to Super Bowl LV will continue to go through Green Bay. The Packers racked up 484 yards of offense against the Rams’ top-ranked defense en route to a 32-18 victory on Saturday. Los Angeles had not allowed more than 390 yards in a game all season. The Packers also had 188 yards [more]

Allen Lazard scores 58-yard touchdown, Packers lead 32-18

The Packers are on the verge of advancing to the NFC Championship Game. Aaron Rodgers threw his second touchdown of the game midway through the fourth quarter, to give Green Bay a 14-point lead — and he may have done it with a check at the line. With the Packers lined up for a second-and-6 [more]

Cam Akers touchdown cuts Packers lead to 25-18

The Rams are back in it. Los Angeles is down by seven following a touchdown run by Cam Akers late in the third quarter. Akers lined up in a wildcat formation on first-and-goal and darted up the middle for the TD. Akers had previously gained just two yards on a pair of direct snap plays [more]

Aaron Jones 60-yard run powers Green Bay touchdown drive

The Packers’ scoring streak continues. On Green Bay’s first play from scrimmage in the third quarter, running back Aaron Jones darted up the middle for a 60-yard run down to Los Angeles’ 15. A few plays later, Jones backed in a touchdown run from a yard out to give the Packers a 25-10 lead. Green [more]

Packers lead Rams 19-10 at halftime

The Rams finished the 2020 season with the league’s top defense. But the Packers’ top scoring offense has gotten the better of the matchup so far. Green Bay scored on each of its four first-half possessions to take a 19-10 lead into halftime. Even when the Packers got the ball back with 29 seconds left [more]

Aaron Rodgers rushing touchdown run puts Packers up 16-3

Aaron Rodgers can scoot. On third-and-goal from the 1, Rodgers rolled to his right, pump faked to get linebacker Leonard Floyd off the ground, and then ran the ball in for a score. The Packers have now scored on all three of their possessions. Rodgers is 12-of-16 passing for 115 yards and a passing TD [more]

Davante Adams touchdown gives Packers 10-3 lead

The Rams kept the Packers out of the end zone on Green Bay’s first drive. They couldn’t do it on the second. Aaron Rodgers fired a fastball for a one-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams on third-and-goal. Adams came in motion from left to right, evading cornerback Jalen Ramsey in the defensive backfield. Ramsey was [more]

Packers score first, lead Rams 3-0

The Packers finished the regular season scoring touchdowns on 80 percent of their red zone drives — the highest mark for any team since 2000. But the Rams’ No. 1 defense held them to a field goal to open the game. Aaron Rodgers got the Packers into the red zone when he caught the Rams [more]

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