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  • Writer's pictureFagothethird Franklin

Rams' offense held in check

Like the rest of the NFL, the Los Angeles Rams were dealing with some injuries to key players. Matthew Stafford was not going to play against the Packers because of a thumb injury he suffered last week and rookie sensation Puka Nacua was going to play through a knee injury.

Brett Rypien got the start and struggled throughout the day. The offensive line could not hold their water and allowed Green Bay to rattle and shake Rypien's confidence. Going into the fourth quarter, the Rams only had a total of 128 yards collectively. Outside of their offensive struggle, their defense did their job and pressured Jordan Love. Even though they only sacked Love four times in the game, they put a lot of pressure on the Packers young receivers and held them in check until late in the fourth. Rypien did all he could do, but nothing was going for Rams Nation and eventually another L was put in the column for LA 20-3. He finished 13 out of 28 for 130 yards and 1 pick


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