Rams call timeout after a personnel mixup.
Not a lot of established receivers. They're in a transition period at receiver.
Whenever Rodgers can stay alive, he seems to pull out a play. But it's been hard for him to do that.
This time he does and Adams is wide open on the post route.
Needs to keep finding a way to get the ball to Adams.
Good time for a draw play.
OK, maybe I should take over play-calling.
Aaron Jones with a 33-yard run up the middle on the draw play makes this a game again. Rams 23, Packers 20.
What stands out about that play to me is that Rodgers got the ball in the hands of his two top playmakers, Adams and Jones. That's what the Rams have done, gotten it to Gurley and Woods.
Packers also got the crowd back in the game.
Funny to say that on the road.
Aaron Jones has 11 carries for 82 yards and a touchdown.
The important thing is that on the next series, the Rams are going to be wary of Jones. It could slow down the pass rush.
Rams know who to get the ball to: Gurley. Nine yards on his first carry.
He's more athletic than Manning and I don't see his skills diminishing that way. But a lot depends on how many injuries he suffers. He's had some serious ones the last few years.
Rams face second and 1 at the 33-yard line.
Big stop there. I'd like to credit it to Tyler Lancaster, but he was on the other side.
They have to get Whitehead out of the game and replace him with Jackson. He has to make that play. That should have forced a punt.
And if you give the Rams a chance like that, they're going to make you pay.
Packers were getting off the field on those plays before.