NFL Regular Season Week 8 – The Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders

It was big game week in Los Angeles.  Anytime you have one of the NFL’s glamour teams come into town to play, it’s a big deal and it was an even bigger deal with Fox making this game, “America’s Game of the Week”.  And then there’s future hall of famer, Aaron Rodgers, a man so gifted that he can almost single-handedly win the game for the Packers. 

This was a highly competitive game between two teams that are favored to make the playoffs.  In the case of the Rams, they are the favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl and came into the game with an unblemished record.  On the other side, the Green Bay Packers were still recovering from the lingering effects of Aaron Rodgers knee injury that he sustained in the first game of the season.  He’s been playing better of late, but for those who have followed his game, we know that he is not the same as he is when he’s healthy and that limits the explosiveness of the Packers on offense.  And it is the Packers offense that makes them special.

The Packers were led by a strong defensive performance that held the Rams scoreless in the first quarter, but the Rams found their way offensively after halftime.  In the end, the game was decided in the final minutes when Greg Zuerlein hit a 34-yard field goal with 2:05 left and Ramik Wilson forced and recovered Ty Montgomery’s fumble on the ensuing kickoff return.  Rams win 29 – 27 to stay unbeaten.

Let’s turn our attention to the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders, who looked resplendent in their throwback inspired cheerleader uniforms.  Click here to view the Rams game day gallery.

 

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