3 ways Los Angeles Rams can improve in Week 8 against Green Bay Packers
Here are three ways the Los Angeles Rams can improve for Week 8 when they face the Green Bay Packers.
As the only undefeated team remaining in the NFL, the Los Angeles Rams hope to keep that streak alive come Sunday when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers come to town in a game that could end up with the most scoring from Week 8. Normally, the Packers are always viewed as one of the top contenders in the NFC since there’s a reason why Rodgers is considered one of the best to ever play the game, but things are a bit different this season.
From numerous injuries to coming up short in a few games they arguably should have won, it hasn’t been all smooth sailing for Green Bay through the first two months of the 2018 regular season. But at least with a week off as a result of the bye, the Packers should be well rested for their meeting with the Rams, and they’re going to need it when looking at the fire power of the Rams on offense.
When looking at the impact Jared Goff and Todd Gurely have been making on offense along with the rest of their teammates, Green Bay knows they’re going to need plenty of points just to keep up with Los Angeles.
However, just because the Rams seem to have a slight advantage doesn’t mean they’re guaranteed to win since just like every other team in the NFL, there’s always room for improvement each week. So in honor of Week 8, here are three ways that Los Angeles can improve for Sunday’s meeting with Green Bay with the chance to go 8-0 on the line.