ST. LOUIS, MO (WHBL) - Both teams bring 3-3 records into today’s game at St. Louis, but the Green Bay Packers are favored. Six touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers led the Pack to a 42-24 rout of previously unbeaten Houston last week. With several defensive starters sidelined, it helps Green Bay that the Rams are one of the weakest scoring teams in the league, ranking 30th with just nine touchdowns in six games. However, they haven’t lost at home yet this season and, overall, are much improved over last season. The Packers will be without nose tackle BJ Raji, cornerback Sam Shields, and linebacker Nick Perry. Wide receiver Greg Jennings will miss his third straight game with a groin injury. The stout St. Louis defense will be challenged by a Packer passing attack good for 892 yards and 13 TDs in the last three games.
Pregame coverage on WHBL begins this morning at 10 o'clock, with kickoff at Noon.