One thing I looked for when I re-watched the Green Bay Packers win over the Rams was for the point at which CB Charles Woodson injured his collarbone. I'm not sure it happened on this particular play, but with 2:13 left in the fourth quarter, the Rams went for it 4th down, QB Sam Bradford threw an incomplete pass to his right and Woodson defended the pass. He didn't exactly knock it down, but he got in the way and it led to an incompletion. Afterwards, it looked like his left arm was hanging down and he looked reluctant to move it.
I didn't see him in on the Rams's next series, when they drove the length of the field and scored a late touchdown. Hopefully it was not a sign of things to come if CB Davon House is Woodson's replacement; Bradford threw that final touchdown pass to WR Austin Pettis as he was being covered by House.