The Rams lost the game against the Packers, but the real story of the game was DE Michael Sam getting his first NFL sack.
The Green Bay Packers defeated the St. Louis Rams 21-7 in Week 2 of the NFL preseason.
The Packers started the game 10-0 going into the 2nd quarter. After almost seven minutes, Rams QB Sam Bradford hit Lance Kendricks for an 11 yard TD making the score 10-7, but the Packers scored 11 unanswered points with the second- and third-team offense, resulting in the win.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers went 11 of 13 for 128 yards and a TD, as well as a 14-yard scramble. Receiver Andrew Quarless led the team with 4 catches for 58 yards. RB DuJuan Harris led the Packers in rushing with 32 yards on 7 carries. Defensively, the Packers had 7 sacks – three of them from Jayrone Elliott.
Rams QB Sam Bradford, in his first preseason game of 2014, was 9 of 12 for 101 yards and a TD in two quarters of play.
DE Michael Sam, the first openly gay football player in NFL history, recorded 2 tackles as well as his first career sack for a ten-yard loss on QB Matt Flynn in the 4th quarter. Sam was a 7th-round draft pick in 2014 after being SEC Defensive Player of the Year for Missouri.