- The Packers colors shined bright at Lambeau Sunday.
The Green and Gold extended its record to 5-0.
They beat the St. Louis Rams 24-10.
But Aaron Rodgers threw his first interception at home since 2012.
And he ended up throwing two.
But Green Bay's defense intercepted the Rams four times.
Rodgers says the defense is picking up the slack.
"We struggled on offense the last couple weeks so they've been excellent," Rodgers said. "They exploded with the turnovers today. The pick six was big in the fourth quarter from Q and obviously when you turn the ball over, you get picks in the redzone that directly impacts the game taking points off the board."
Rodgers noted that the Packers have played three NFC West teams in a row.
That division is known for its defense.
He said the offense needs to start getting into better rhythm.
"We need to play a little bit better on offense," Rodgers said. "We've had a lot of success over the years you know moving the ball efficiently. Defense setting us up with some short fields some three and outs some turnovers we're used to putting those things in the endzone,"
Rodgers says that they can start putting the ball in the endzone more if they adjust better and run better routes.
The Packers will play the San Diego Chargers Sunday at 3:25 PM in Green Bay.