Regular season week 6- Green Bay Packers 24 St.Louis Rams 3- October 16,2011
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers' record remains perfect. The fact that their play has been far from flawless remains a constant source of motivation for Aaron Rodgers.
Rodgers threw three touchdowns, including a career-long 93-yarder to Jordy Nelson, and the Packers rolled to a 24-3 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday. With Sunday's loss by NFC North rival Detroit, the Packers (6-0) are the last unbeaten team left in the NFL this season.
But Green Bay's offense hit a lull and didn't score in the second half.
"It's a feeling of minor disappointment, I think, in that locker room," Rodgers said. "We just, in the second half, offensively just struggled. The second quarter was great, we put up a lot of points. I think it's encouraging at the same time. It's tough to win in this league, we're 6-0, and have a lot of room for improvement."
Rodgers threw for 310 yards, delivering touchdowns to Nelson, James Jones and Donald Driver.
Sam Bradford was 28 of 44 for 321 yards with an interception for the Rams (0-5), who were coming off their bye week.
"We do not accept losing and our actions will reflect that," Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said. "It is about winning football games, not moral victories."
Bradford's ankle was sore after the game, but the Rams didn't seem overly concerned about the injury.
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