(FootballStL) -- The Rams finished their final preparations Friday for their second preseason game on Saturday with the Green Bay Packers.
The Rams offense went through a variety of drills, with extensive work in the red zone.
Speaking after practice, Jeff Fisher said converting scoring opportunities is key in the second tune up game.
“We had too many penalties last week that were pre-snap penalties,” he said. “We’re looking for touchdowns and not field goals.”
Each position held their own drills, which included special teams.
Fisher said the Rams will have some new looks, especially in the trenches against the Packers.
“We’ll move some people around. Obviously, we’re going to switch things at the guard position,” he said [We] may play some guys that you wouldn’t expect to see a little bit earlier in the game with the front guys.”
This afternoon’s practice was open to the public.