Todd Gurley on sacrificing TD for Rams win: 'Forget fantasy'

Todd Gurley on sacrificing TD for Rams win: 'Forget fantasy'

Todd Gurley on sacrificing TD for Rams win: 'Forget fantasy'

Handing the Rams their first loss of 2018 would have been huge for the Packers when looking at some of the hard games this team has already dealt with so far, but also shows they do deserve to be considered a strong contender in the NFC. However, Montgomery chose to take the ball out of the end zone and then lost it after getting hit by Ramik Wilson just past the 20-yard line.

Even towards the end of the game when Los Angeles went up two points with just over two minutes remaining, previous situations from Rodgers made it seem like Green Bay would find a way to come up on the winning end, that is until Ty Montgomery fumbled on the kickoff.

"Man, forget fantasy", Gurley said with a grin. At the end of the day, the Packers looked much better than they have so far, but they still have to play a full game.

Montgomery declined to talk after the game, but Wilson called his fumble-forcing hit "one of the biggest collisions I've been in".

Josh Reynolds caught two touchdown passes for Los Angeles. They ended three straight Rams drives with third-down sacks.

Mason Crosby knocked home the extra point to give the Packers a one-point lead.

"The urgency has to pick up, but there's no momentum gained from a loss", Rodgers said. The Packers were greeted by a rowdy bunch of California Cheeseheads in Green Bay's first trip to Los Angeles since the National Football League returned in 2016. The grab also extended Gurley's TD streak to tie the Rams record set by Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch in 1950-51. Once they did, they scored 29 points and slightly gained control of the game.

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