Packers Take on Rams with Injured Secondary
The Packers look to maintain their perfection on the 2015 season when they host the St. Louis Rams at noon Sunday at Lambeau Field.
Aaron Rodgers has been the picture of perfection this season. He has yet to throw an interception through four games as the Packers have gotten off to their best start since the 2011 season. That 2011 Packers team finished the regular season at 15-1, the best regular-season record in the franchise's history.
The Packers have not lost at home since a January 2014 playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers. But the Rams could prove to be a tough test, as they have already defeated tough NFC foes Seattle and Arizona on the young season.
The Packers will once again lean heavily on Randall Cobb, as Davante Adams was downgraded Saturday. Defensively, Green Bay's keys will be slowing down quarterback Nick Foles and a fast receiving corps led by Tavon Austin.
Sunday's game airs on CBS 58. National network coverage of the week's NFL action begins at 11AM.