Green Bay Packers inactive list vs. the Rams
The Green Bay Packers were released on inactive status ahead of Monday night’s game against the Los Angeles Rams, but injury reports have been very sparse, so it’s no surprise.
There was no practice squad increase this week, and inactivity included Shemar Jean-Charles, David Bakhtiari, Caleb Jones, Chris Burns, and Jonathan Ford.
Since returning from injury, Jean-Charles has been on hiatus, likely due to Innis Gaines being added to his 53-man roster and taking charge of special teams. That leaves the Packers with only his four active cornerbacks.
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Without Bakhtiari, Zach Tom returned to left tackle and performed very well against the Bears. The absence of Aaron Donald makes life easier for this Packer’s offensive line.
Donald was once again one of the most prolific inside passers in football, and as a team, the Rams defense was one of his best against runs.
Green Bay maintains his No. 10 spot in the NFC, and he currently has a 12% chance of making the playoffs, according to ESPN Analytics.
Packers coach Matt Raffler said, “All year long, they try to get into the dance to give themselves a chance.” I think we have a long way to go and we have to play one game a day, one game at a time.”
Philadelphia (13-1), Minnesota (11-3) and San Francisco (10-4) have already won their respective divisions. The Packers handled business Monday night by beating the LA Rams 24-12 on a chilly night at Lambeau Field.
The win, Green Bay’s second in a row, helped the Packers improve to 6-8 and stay in the NFC playoff chase. The Rams fell 4-10.
QB Aaron Rodgers had 22 of 30 yards for 229 yards, a TD, an INT, and a passer rating of 92.2. RB Aaron Jones had 17 carries for 90 yards and 4 catches for 36 yards and a TD. RB AJ Dillon headed for concussion ratings with 11 carries for 36 yards, 2 TDs for 35 yards, and 3 receptions.
Rookie WR Romeo Dubs played for the first time in five games after returning from an ankle injury, catching 5 for 55 yards and fellow rookie WR Christian Watson caught 4 for 47 yards. .
Someone needs to beat his NFC South (currently 6-8 Tampa Bay) and Dallas (10-4) looks like his fifth.
On Monday night, Green and Gold took the first step toward realizing that goal by defeating the Los Angeles Rams 24-12 at Lambeau Field on Monday Night Football.
For Packers fans, the game was never an issue. Many even believe Green Bay can lead the table and finish the season with a five-game winning streak. Le Mars’ Rene Van Wye (Iowa) said, “They have a chance to do it.
It depends on other teams helping us. But for the rest of the season. I think we can take the lead,” he said. He said it was the first time his 10-year-old daughter had visited Lambeau Field and that it was a very special day for him.