The Green Bay Packers took care of business on the road, beating the St. Louis Rams by a score of 30-20 at the Edward Jones Dome.
Rookie kicker Greg Zuerlein got things started with one of his standard chip-in 50-yard field goals, putting the Rams on top. But Aaron Rodgers and the Packers marched down the field and responded with a touchdown, taking the lead for good.
Rodgers was brilliant in this game, following up his six-touchdown performance a week ago with a three-touchdown game against the vaunted Rams secondary. He finished the day with 342 yards and only missed on seven of his 37 attempts.
Randall Cobb showed up in a big way for the Packers, hauling in eight catches for 89 yards and two touchdowns.
Sam Bradford was picked off by rookie Casey Hayward in the third quarter—Hayward's fourth interception of the season. Bradford finished the game with 255 yards and one touchdown to go along with his interception.
Clay Matthews added to his sack total when he took Bradford down early in the third quarter. He now has nine sacks through seven games.
Steven Jackson picked up 57 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries, but it wasn't enough to beat the surging Packers.
The Rams fell to 3-4 and will host the New England Patriots in Week 8, while the Packers improved to 4-3 and will host the Jacksonville Jaguars.