At the tail end of Rams coach Sean McVay’s press conference following a postseason loss to the Packers, McVay was asked a simple question about quarterback Jared Goff. “If he your quarterback?” Said McVay: “Yeah, he’s the quarterback right now.” The session ended at that point, without the opportunity for anyone to further inquire regarding [more]
This marked the first time the No. scoring offense and No. scoring defense from the regular season matched up in the postseason since New England’s defense stifled Atlanta’s high-powered offense down the stretch in the Super Bowl on Feb. 5, 2017.
Any type of defense we were in, he would just look up and whatever he saw, he would do the opposite of what we were showing, and it ended up working,” Rams safety John Johnson said. The Rams did not sack Rodgers, and they hit him only once. I don’t know if I got touched hardly at all the entire night, other than scrambles getting outside the pocket,” Rodgers said.