Rodgers is peaking und die Packers D is getting some much deserved love this season — it’s game day, folks and the Packers are going on the road to Baltimore to face the 8-5 Ravens, who, much like the Pack, are facing some key injuries on their own.
All four of the Ravens’ starting defensive backs will be missing in action. With Rodgers on a hot streak, it would be no surprise to see it continue today in Baltimore.
Meanwhile, the Packers’ special teams is an absolute joke while the Ravens’ is top-notch.
The Packers currently have a grip on the #1 seed in the NFC — something that slipped away recently from the Ravens in the AFC.
T David Bakhtiari and CB Jaire Alexander both practiced this week, but it was explicitly stated that Bakhtiari will not be active against the Ravens. Alexander has begun his 21-day practice window to leave the injured reserve, but has not been activated. DL Kenny Clark is also not expected to play due to COVID protocols.
With the Rams/Seahawks game moved to Tuesday, this should be the only Fox late game and should be televised nationally. Unfortunately, you will have to tolerate Troy Aikman and Joe Buck’s “commentary”.
A few recent roster moves going into today’s game:
Signed S Shawn Davis to the active roster from the practice squad
Elevated DL Abdullah Anderson to the active roster
Elevated OL Cole Van Lanen to the active roster
Packers vs Ravens Injury Report
Fun Fact: Amari Rodgers’ dad, Tee Martin, is the Ravens wide receivers coach.