Todd Gurley struggled to get going, but still finished with 114 yards on the ground, while also catching six passes for 81 yards and a score. Jared Goff threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns, while Aaron Rodgers had 286 yards for Green Bay, as both teams rallied from 10-point deficits in this one. It was the Rams who ended up on top, extending their best start to a season since 1969, as they have split their wins at home and on the road.
The Packers took a one-point lead with 8:50 to play when Rodgers found Marquez Valdes-Scantling for a touchdown, but the Rams drove down the field to take the lead on the very next possession. The Rams came back after facing their largest deficit of the season and they were helped out by Josh Reynolds' two touchdown catches. Gurley's score gives him 11 straight games with a score, which ties a franchise record. This was their first home game in 31 days, as they went on the road for three straight wins.
Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones both had touchdowns on the ground for Green Bay, who was playing in Los Angeles for the first time since the NFL returned there in 2016. Rodgers completed 18 of his 30 pass attempts, including five times to Davante Adams for 133 yards.
The Packers drop back to .500 at 3-3-1, with all three losses coming on the road, as they move on to another tough road matchup on Sunday Night Football against the New England Patriots. The Rams take their perfect record on the road for a showdown with the New Orleans Saints.