Instead, the Rams extended their best start to a season since 1969 with another key play from LA's superlative special teams - and two crushing special-teams mistakes by Green Bay.
Instead, Montgomery caught the ball 2 yards deep and made a decision to bring it out, only to fumble the ball away to the Rams, who ran out the clock for the victory. "But we score, then they get the ball back'".
"To be at 2:05, that's exactly what we're looking for with the ability to stop the clock twice", McCarthy said. "We know what to do in what situation and that's what makes us the team we that we are - unselfish players, situational masters", Gurley said.
The Rams were successful on the game's only fourth-down conversion attempt, which came in the second quarter on a 12-yard pass from punter Johnny Hekker to former Packer defensive back Sam Shields.
Jared Goff threw for 295 yards and three touchdowns.
While Green Bay does have an explosive offense to rely on, the Rams are dominating their competition each week.
Jamaal Williams ran one yard for a touchdown with 6:01 left in the first quarter, two plays after Rodgers 22-yard pass to Jimmy Graham advanced the ball to the Rams 1-yard line.
"That was probably my favorite win of the year", said Goff, who did not have an interception.
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The loss dropped Green Bay to 9-22-1 at the Coliseum, including a 7-2- 1 record under the late Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi, including a 35-10 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in what was then known as the AFL-NFL World Championship Game, known retroactively as Super Bowl I.
The Packers were grateful for the size of their fan base, which seemed similar to the turnout for the Minnesota Vikings earlier this season and the Philadelphia Eagles last season.
Gurley said everyone in the huddle knew the plan before the ball was ever snapped. "Obviously, I haven't been to a game here in decades, but it was a great atmosphere".
When asked what it felt like to beat Rodgers, Goff replied: "I don't think of it that way". It was fun competing with him on the same field. "But I've never been a guy to completely disobey what I'm being told". "It was a fun one". A fumbled kick-off return by Ty Montgomery with fewer than two minutes remaining in the game sealed the deal for Los Angeles.
"Man, forget fantasy and forget Vegas", he said. "That play didn't lose the game, but it definitely took away an opportunity for us to go down and win it".
The Rams were not as sharp: They punted on their first three possessions for the first time in Sean McVay's head coaching career, and Green Bay sacked Goff three times early.
Gurley's scoring catch put Los Angeles ahead in the third quarter. Gurley leads the NFL with 15 touchdowns, and he became the fourth player in league history to score at least 15 touchdowns in the first eight games of a season, joining Jim Brown (17 in 1958) and Priest Holmes (15 in 2002 and 2004).