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In the six losses, the Rams gave up an average of just 25 points, well under the Packers’ season average (31.8) However, only one team, the Buffalo Bills, managed to score 30 or more against the Rams.The Rams might not know who will start at quarterback, but the eventual starter under center will have two highly effective targets on their side. The Packers allowed only 20 sacks of Aaron Rodgers in 2020.The Rams didn’t have a turnover in Seattle, but McVay’s team did have at least one in all 16 regular season games. It’s currently unclear who will start for the Rams at quarterback on Saturday.The Rams played five games on the road against playoff teams in 2020, including last week’s win in Seattle. Add in No. 3 receiver Josh Reynolds to the two tight ends and Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, and the Rams had five players with at least 400 receiving yards this season.Sign up for the Packers Wire newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morningThe new practice squad rules for the 2020 season provided an opportunity for the Green Bay Packers to add valuable insurance and options at offensive tackle for the playoff run.Jared Veldheer, who became available as a free agent after playing in two games as a practice squad elevation for the Indianapolis Colts, will sign with the Packers, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.Veldheer wasn't on the Colts' 53-man roster and became eligible to sign with any team after Indianapolis lost to the Buffalo Bills on Saturday. New rules this season allowed teams to sign veterans to the practice squad,...The Green Bay Packers are adding veteran help at offensive tackle by bringing back a familiar face before beginning their playoff run.According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Packers are signing Jared Veldheer, who started at left tackle for the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Wild Card Round on Saturday and also started a playoff game at right tackle for Green Bay last January.Veldheer, now 33, was on the Colts' practice squad and became eligible to sign with any team after the Colts lost to the Buffalo Bills.

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