NFL Week 15 Results: Packers win on Monday

NFL Week 15 Results for Monday, December 19th, 2022 and quarterback stats. The Rams (now 4-10 this season) lost to the Packers, who are now 6-8.

Aaron Rodgers in 2021

The Green Bay Packers, a team that is trying to stay optimistic about making the NFL playoffs this season, hosted the Los Angeles Rams on Monday. The Packers, who essentially need to win out for the rest of the season, won the game in a contest that had a multi-possession spread for a final score. The result was Los Angeles 12, Green Bay 24, a result that concluded the National Football League's Week 15 schedule.

Game Summary Week 15: Los Angeles vs Green Bay

  • Final score: Los Angeles 12, Green Bay 24
  • The Rams fell to 4-10
  • The Packers, with the win, improved to 6-8
  • Aaron Rodgers's passer rating: 92.2
  • Baker Mayfield's passer rating: 67.8

Rams @ Packers Monday: Packers now 6-8

With the loss, the Rams are now 4-10 on the season. They are now mathematically eliminated from playoff contention. Furthermore, the team sits last in the NFC West standings in what has been a fiasco of a season for the defending Super Bowl champions.

Meanwhile, the Packers improved to 6-8 with the 12-point victory. They remain third in their division, looking up at both the Detroit Lions and the Minnesota Vikings.

The latter team cannot be caught in the standings, however, Green Bay could still finish second in the division and hope for a Wild Card spot. Green Bay's remaining schedule is at Miami on the road next week and then hosting both the Vikings and the Lions. The Packers have to feel that there's all to play for still, however, the next two weeks could be very tough.

Aaron Rodgers passes for 229 yards

The winning quarterback in the game was Aaron Rodgers of the Packers. He had 229 passing yards in the outing and his ratio of TDs to INTs was 1 to 1. Rodgers, who has not received much praise for his performance this season, had a passer rating of 92.2. Clearly, the game was not among his finest results and some are beginning to wonder if we're seeing the beginning of the end of the future Hall of Famer.

The losing quarterback in the game was Baker Mayfield of the Rams. He had 111 passing yards in the outing and his ratio of TDs to INTs was 1 to 1. Mayfield, who didn't find the late-game comeback that he found last week, had a passer rating of 67.8 as he continues to try to show the NFL that he is worthy of starting.