Where and When: Rams @ Packers, Sunday with the rare noon kickoff. Chris Myers and Forceps Baby Tim Ryan will have to call another game featuring an NFC West team, at least it’s not a game between two of them.

All-Time Series: Rams have this one 46-43-2 including postseason (Favre tried hard that one game, had he not been 10 interceptions was a real possibility). This is the first meeting at Lambeau since 2006 when Marc Bulger led St Louis to a 23-20 win that also showed some serious promise from a rookie by the name of Greg Jennings (5 receptions, 105 yards and a score). Times have changed however as Green Bay is favored by a season high in the league 15 points.

Head Coach: Steve Spagnuolo whose defense shut down the Packers when he was with the Giants in the NFC Title Game. But Strahan, Tuck and Osi aren’t walking through that door anymore. He’s 8-28 so far in St Louis and after showing promise and coming into this season as the division favorites they have returned to sucking.

2011 Version: Because I’m dealing with a broken arm making typing difficult I’ll let Pro-Football Reference provide the grizzly details for this sad sack 0-4 bunch

  • Scored 46 points (11.5/g), 32nd of 32 in the NFL.
  • Allowed 113 points (28.2/g), 31st.
  • Differential of -67 points (-16.8/g), 32nd.

Prediction: Packer 38, Rams 10