5 takeaways from Los Angeles Rams 24-10 loss to Green Bay Packers

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1. Orlovsky looks awful at quarterback

Thank goodness Dan Orlovsky most likely won’t make the 53-man roster for the Los Angeles Rams, and he seems like he was only brought on board to experiment with the idea of having three quarterbacks on the roster when seeing how awful he looked at times against the Green Bay Packers. There’s a reason why Orlovsky has struggled with finding a job in the NFL over the years, and as bad as it sounds, he may be looking for another gig once the Rams begin making cuts on Saturday.

Nothing against the Packers’ defense, but to see Orlovsky struggle the way he did against the backups by completing 16 of 30 passes for 149 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions shows how ineffective he truly is running an offense. Los Angeles was even kind enough to allow Orlovsky to play the entire game against Green Bay, and he still couldn’t take advantage of the situation.

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But as previously mentioned, this doesn’t even look like it’s going to be an issue for the Rams during the regular season since all signs point to Orlovsky being left off the 53-man roster. At least for Los Angeles, Sean Mannion has proven to be a reliable backup in case anything were to ever happen to Jared Goff, which hopefully won’t be the case.