The Green Bay Packers stay at Lambeau Field to face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
- It is the second and final time this regular season that Green Bay plays back-to-back home games
- Under Head Coach Matt LaFleur, the Packers are 3-0 against the Rams (two regular season and one postseason) with all three contests taking place at Lambeau Field. Green Bay scored 24-plus points in all three games (32, 36, 24).
- It is the first time ever that the Rams have played in Green Bay in three consecutive seasons.
- Green Bay has won seven of the last eight regular-season matchups with the Rams and 14 of the last 19.
- Including the postseason, the Packers have won each of the last five home games against the Rams, including a 24-12 victory last season.
- The Packers have scored 24-plus points in each of the last five home games against the Rams and finished with at least a plus-12 point differential in four of the contests.
- Dating back to 1990, Green Bay is 11-2 at home against the Rams (including the postseason), with the only two losses coming by a combined six points.
- The Packers have won 11 straight games at Lambeau Field against NFC South/East/West teams.
- Under LaFleur the Packers are 37-16 against NFC teams, a .698 winning percentage that ranks No. 1 in the conference since 2019.
- Sunday is the second of four scheduled noon (CT) games in a row for the Packers, with three of them at home.
WITH THE CALL
FOX Sports, now in its 30th season as an NFL network television partner, will broadcast the game.
- Play-by-play man Adam Amin joins analyst Daryl Johnston and sideline reporter Pam Oliver.
- The game is also available through NFL Sunday Ticket by YouTube.
- All Packers games can be heard on the Packers Radio Network, which is made up of 51 stations in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and North and South Dakota. 97.3 The Game – WRNW-Milwaukee begins its second season as the flagship station of the Packers Radio Network. For a map and full listing of radio affiliates, go to packers.com/video/radio-network.Wayne Larrivee (play-by-play) and two-time Packers Pro Bowler Larry McCarren (analyst) call the action. McCarren first joined the team's broadcasts in 1995 and enters his 29th season calling Packers games. After originally being paired together in 1999, McCarren and Larrivee enter their 25th season of broadcasts together. They surpassed Jim Irwin and Max McGee for the most regular-season and postseason games broadcast for the Packers with 313 at the 2018 season opener against Chicago.
- The broadcast is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio (Packers Radio Network feed).
- ESPN Radio will be broadcasting on radio to a national audience with Steve Levy (play-by-play) and Max Starks (analyst) on the call.
THE DOPE ON THIS WEEK'S OPPONENT:
Packers vs. Rams:
- All-time, regular season: 47-46-2
- All-time, postseason: 2-1 (2-0 at home)
- All-time, at home (regular season): 30-19 (12-5 at Lambeau)
- Streaks: Green Bay has won eight of the last nine games, including one playoff victory.
- Last meeting, regular season: Dec. 19, 2022, Lambeau Field, Packers won, 24-12
- Matt LaFleur: 49-24-0, .671; (2-3 postseason); 5th NFL season
- Sean McVay: 63-43-0, .594; (7-3 postseason); 7th NFL season
- Head to Head: LaFleur 3-0 vs. McVay
- vs. Opponent: LaFleur 3-0 vs. Rams; McVay 1-3 vs. Packers
MATT LaFLEUR…In his fifth season as the Packers' 15th head coach.
- Enters his 15th season in the NFL, having previously served as an offensive coordinator for two seasons (Los Angeles Rams, 2017; Tennessee Titans, 2018), a quarterbacks coach for six seasons (Washington Redskins, 2010-13; Atlanta Falcons, 2015-16), and an offensive assistant for two seasons (Houston Texans, 2008-09).
- In his first four seasons leading the Packers, has authored one of the greatest starts to a head-coaching career in NFL history. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, his 47 wins are the second most in league history by a head coach in his first four seasons in the NFL, trailing only George Seifert (52 in 1989-92). Green Bay's 47-19 regular-season record since 2019 ranks No. 3 in the NFL and No. 1 in the NFC.
- Became the first coach in NFL history to post 13-plus wins in three straight seasons and his 39 wins from 2019-21 passed Seifert (38) for the most wins by an NFL head coach in his first three seasons in the league (Elias). His 39 wins are also tied for the second most by a coach over any three-season span in league history, trailing only Andy Reid's 40 wins with the Kansas City Chiefs from 2020-22 and Mike Ditka's 40 wins with the Chicago Bears from 1985-87 (Elias).
- Guided the Packers to a 27-6 record (.818) in the regular season from 2019-22 at Lambeau Field, the top home mark in the NFL since 2019. His .750 win percentage (18-6 record) against NFC North opponents in his first four seasons also ranks as the best in the history of the NFC North/Central (min. 10 games).
- In his first season leading the Packers in 2019, became the first coach in club history to lead the team to the playoffs in his debut season. Also led the largest one-year win improvement in team history (plus-seven wins).
SEAN McVAY…In his seventh season as the Rams' 23rd head coach.
- Spent seven years (2010-2016) in various roles, including his final three as offensive coordinator (2014-16), with the Washington Redskins prior to being named head coach of the Rams.
- Has led the Rams to four postseason berths, two Super Bowl appearances and one Super Bowl victory in his six seasons as head coach.
- Became the youngest head coach in NFL history to lead his team to a Super Bowl (2018) at the age of 33 and also to win a Super Bowl (2021) at the age of 36.
- Named Associated Press Coach of Year following his first season in Los Angeles, and is the youngest coach to ever win the award.
THE PACKERS-RAMS SERIES
- The first meeting between these two franchises came in 1937 when the Rams were located in Cleveland, and Green Bay went on to post a 12-1-1 record through the first 14 meeting between the teams.
- The Packers and the Rams have met three times in the postseason with Green Bay holding a 2-1 record. The most recent postseason meeting was when the Packers defeated the Rams, 32-18, in the 2020 NFC Divisional Playoff.
- Green Bay has won eight of the last nine games played, scoring 24+ points in each contest and averaging 29.6 points against the Rams in that span.
Packers head coach Matt LaFleur served as the offensive coordinator for the Rams in 2017 under Rams head coach Sean McVay…LaFleur's brother, Mike, is the offensive coordinator for the Rams…Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry was also on McVay's staff in L.A. as an assistant head coach/linebackers from 2017-20…McVay was on Washington's staff from 2010-16 while Matt LaFleur, Packers LB Preston Smith (2015-16), Barry (2015-16), inside linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti (2010, 2014-16), Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris (2012-14) and defensive backs/pass game coordinator Aubrey Pleasant (2013-16) were with the team…Packers players connections to California: DL Kenny Clark (Rialto, UCLA), TE Josiah Deguara (Folsom), WR Romeo Doubs (Los Angeles), QB Jordan Love (Bakersfield), CB Keisean Nixon (Los Angeles), LS Matt Orzech (Menifee, Azusa Pacific), G Sean Rhyan (San Juan Capistrano, UCLA), P Daniel Whelan (Rancho Mirage, UC Davis)…Packers LS Matt Orzech (2021-22), CB Robert Rochell (2021-22) and national scout Sam Seale (1993) all played for the Rams…Packers running backs coaching Ben Sirmans held the same position on the Rams' coaching staff from 2012-15…Packers offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich coached the offensive line at San Jose State University from 2015-16…Barry played at the University of Southern California (1992-93) and then went on to be a graduate assistant (1995) and linebackers coach for the Trojans (2010-11)…Packers offensive quality control coach Ramsen Golpashin was born in Culver City, Calif., and coached four seasons at UCLA (2018-21) and one at the University of California-Berkeley (2017)…Packers assistant special teams coach Byron Storer was born in Modesto, Calif., and played collegiate football at Cal (2004-06)…Packers assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia, Barry and Morris coached for Tampa Bay together from 2002-05…McVay joined Bisaccia and Morris on the Buccaneers' staff in 2008…Morris was then promoted to head coach of Tampa Bay (2009-11) when Bisaccia, Storer (player, 2008-09; coach, 2010-11), Rams assistant head coach Jimmy Lake (2010-11) and wide receivers coach Eric Yarber (2011) were all part of the Buccaneers organization…Lake served as the defensive backs coach for Detroit when Barry was the defensive coordinator in 2008…Matt LaFleur and Morris served on Atlanta's coaching staff together while Packers LB De'Vondre Campbell also played for the Falcons…Rams OL Rob Havenstein played collegiate football at the University of Wisconsin (2010-14)…Pleasant played collegiate football at Wisconsin (2005-08)…Pleasant also served as an offensive consultant for the Packers for part of the 2022 season…Pleasant coached with Stenavich and Packers defensive line/running game coordinator Jerry Montgomery at Michigan (2011-12)…Mike LaFleur played his final season of collegiate football (2008) and served as an offensive assistant (2009) at Elmhurst (Ill.) College when Packers senior analyst Tim Lester was the head coach…Stenavich and Mike LaFleur served together on the 49ers' coaching staff from 2017-18…Mike LaFleur began his NFL coaching career in Cleveland as an intern in 2014 while Packers defensive backs coach Ryan Downard was on the Browns' staff…Packers passing game coordinator (defense) Greg Williams and offensive QC Rob Gross coached with Rams secondary coach Chris Beake in Denver…Packers strength and conditioning coordinator Chris Gizzi began his collegiate football career in 1994 at Air Force when Beake was a graduate assistant…Rams running backs coach Ron Gould was on the staff at California when Storer played for the Golden Bears…Former collegiate teammates include: Packers CB Jaire Alexander and Rams DB Russ Yeast (Louisville); Packers C/G Josh Myers and Rams DB Jordan Fuller (Ohio State); Packers LB Lukas Van Ness, LB Kristian Welch, Rams OL Alaric Jackson and OLB Zach VanValkenburg (Iowa); Packers CB Keisean Nixon, LB Kingsley Enagbare and Rams LB Ernest Jones IV (South Carolina); Packers LB Quay Walker, DL Devonte Wyatt, Rams DB Derion Kendrick and OL Warren McClendon Jr. (Georgia); Packers OL Zach Tom and Rams NT Kobie Turner (Wake Forest); Packers TE Tucker Kraft and Rams LB Christian Rozeboom (South Dakota State).