The Green Bay Packers continue to roll through the league with five straight wins to start the season. This Sunday's game against the winless St. Louis Rams should be an exercise in steamrolling. Odds Shark had the opening line for this game at 10-1/2 points, but it has since moved to 15-1/2 points. Apparently no one thinks the Rams have a chance at all in this game.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is third in the league with 1,721 passing yards and tied with Tom Brady for the league lead in touchdown passes at 14. While St. Louis has the No. 13 pass defense, Rodgers is at the top of his game and can shred them. The Rams allow 28.3 points per game, second worst in the league.
The Rams, meanwhile, have struggled mightily this season. They average just 11.5 points per game and are at or near the bottom of every other offensive category. They are coming off a bye, which coach Steve Spagnuolo hopefully used to change the game plan and get Sam Bradford and everyone else back on track.