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The Los Angeles Rams are coming off an incredible win, and this week, they head out to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers.
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The Packers have been scoring some points lately, scoring less than 28 in just one game over the last four weeks.
Going up against the Rams, the Packers will face a somewhat tricky Rams secondary with cornerback Jalen Ramsey and company.
However, what’s more, compelling is the Rams' run defense woes over the last few weeks. Over the last three weeks, they’re allowing over 120 per game and allowed over 160 last week.
The Rams have had over a week to prepare with Mayfield at quarterback.
With the Rams run defense having trouble and the Packers' strength coming from their running backs, Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon, look for them to run the ball effectively and subsequently drain the clock.
Getting the hook here benefits the Rams greatly.
Considering who we’re talking about in Rodgers, 249.5 passing yards may not seem like a lot, but he’s thrown for 250 yards or more just once over the last nine weeks.
Wide receiver Randall Cobb has a solid matchup in the slot (more on that soon), and Christian Watson is always a threat. Still, Rodgers doesn’t throw for this kind of yardage at all.
We mentioned the Rams run defense had had trouble lately, and the Packers average 26 rush attempts per game.
Look for them to run the ball here, limiting Rodgers’ passing upside.
We mentioned Cobb has a great matchup here and that he does.
Cobb, the veteran receiver, will take on Rams cornerback Cobie Durant, who’s played just 55 coverage snaps this season and is allowing nearly 13 yards per catch.
Cobb has 14 targets since Week 11. In Week 11, he had 73 receiving yards, and in Week 12, he caught a touchdown.
He missed several games this year, but he does rank second on the team in route running percentage. So, when he’s on the field, expect Cobb to be running a route giving him a chance to score.
With the Rams having Ramsey on the outside, look for Rodgers to funnel a few extra targets to his longtime receiver friend.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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