ST. LOUIS (WTAQ) - The Green Bay Packers first-team offense looked to be in mid-season form on the opening drive, marching down the field for a touchdown which put the green and gold ahead for good in a 21-7 win over the St. Louis Rams Saturday.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers went 6-for-6 passing on that drive, including a 14 yard run, en route to an 11-of-13 afternoon for 128 yards and a 3-yard TD pass to Randall Cobb.
Running back Eddie Lacy carried the ball 5 times for 25 yards, and caught 2 passes for 22 yards.
“The offense got off to a great start. I really liked the production that we were able to get done in the first two series," said Packers head coach Mike McCarthy.
It wasn't all good news for the Packers, as tight end Brandon Bostick left the game in the first half with a lower leg injury. Bostick had one catch for 9 yards.
The Packers move to 1-1 in this preseason and will play their final two exhibition games at Lambeau Field starting Friday against the Oakland Raiders.