The Green Bay Packers earned a 32-18 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday at Lambeau Field in the NFC divisional round. Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdowns and also ran for a score as the top-seeded Packers reached the NFC Championship Game for the fourth time in the past seven seasons. It will be Green Bay’s first time hosting the NFC title game at Lambeau Field since doing so in the 2007-08 season.
The Packers (14-3) took a 16-3 lead with under four minutes left in the second quarter and entered halftime with a 19-10 advantage. Packers running back Aaron Jones ran for a 1-yard touchdown near the start of the third frame to boost Green Bay’s lead to 25-10. Rams Cam Akers scored from seven yards out late in the third to cut their deficit to 25-18, but Los Angeles was unable score again. Rodgers completed 23 of 36 passes for 296 yards and two touchdowns.
The Packers will host the NFC Championship Game next Sunday, Jan. 24, at Lambeau Field, to be aired on FOX.
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