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The Latest: Rams halfway to 16-0 after comeback against Pack

 

Todd Gurley and the Los Angeles Rams are halfway to 16-0 after a comeback victory over the Green Bay Packers.

The Rams remained unbeaten by overcoming their largest deficit of the season to beat Aaron Rodgers and Co. 29-27 despite trailing by 10 points after the first quarter.

And they did it despite a pro-Packers crowd that loudly supported the visiting team at the Coliseum.

Gurley accounted for 195 yards — 114 on 25 carries, and another 81 on six catches — and a TD. Greg Zuerlein made the go-ahead 34-yard field goal with a little more than two minutes left, before Green Bay’s Ty Montgomery fumbled the ensuing kickoff and the Rams recovered.

Next for LA (8-0) is a game against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.

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