The St. Louis Rams came up short in a 21-7 loss to the Green Bay Packers during Week 2 of the NFL preseason.
The game basically featured what we expected—a brief glimpse of both team's starting offensive and defensive units, followed by two hours of typical sloppy preseason football.
Considering it was Bradford's first look against real competition in over 300 days since his knee injury last October, it's hard to complain about his performance. He missed receiver Kenny Britt and a deep ball and wasn't at the top of his game, but his performance was certainly admirable.
The biggest disappointment for the Rams in this game was the lackluster run game during the first half. Starter Zac Stacy carried the ball six times for just six yards, which is unacceptable for an offense that's built as a run-first unit.
Looking forward, the Rams will hit the road for two weeks before returning to the Edward Jones Dome for the regular season opener. The Week 3 preseason contest will be against Johnny Manziel and the Cleveland Browns.
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