ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 9: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers heads to the field for the game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on October 9, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
The St. Louis Rams are extreme longshots against the Green Bay Packers in the Week 6 NFL lines and odds report.
Good news, extremely risky St. Louis Rams fans: The Rams and the Packers have Week 6's most terrifying NFL line! The Green Bay Packers are currently 15 1/2 point favorites over our well-rested and 0-4 heroes, thanks to Aaron Rodgers's outstanding start and that whole undefeated defending Super Bowl champions thing.
It's possible to imagine a scenario in which the Rams pull out a stunning Lambeau Field victory—hopefully while the Cardinals defeat the Brewers in Milwaukee and head to the World Series—but it's only possible inasmuch as the Rams are the team of Kurt Warner and the most improbable mini-dynasty in NFL history. Sam Bradford could finally use his morphing coin to turn into Josh McDaniels's on-field avatar and throw for 500 yards; Steven Jackson could have a Steven Jackson game; the defense could, somehow, stop Aaron Rodgers long enough for the Rams' suddenly dynamic offense to take the lead.
I'm not saying it will happen, although I would be wary of taking the Packers with that line. Just that it could happen, especially if Robert Quinn was sold a monkey's paw over the last two weeks. Check out all the NFL odds and lines for Week 6 at SB Nation's NFL Odds page.