Los Angeles Rams: Play Off Dreams, Coin Toss Errors and Cowboys Win

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Updated: December 16, 2019
 
Todd Gurley and the inconsistent Los Angeles Rams are close to being run out of the playoff race this season. A year after going to their first Super Bowl since the 2001 season, and trampling all over the Cowboys in a playoff game along the way, Gurley had only 20 yards rushing on 11 carries in a 44-21 loss Sunday in Dallas that put the Rams on the brink of elimination. “It's never ideal, but it's our situation right now,” quarterback Jared Goff said. “Our mentality doesn't change," receiver Cooper Kupp said. “Regardless of all the different situations, all the different things that could happen — some things in our control, some things out of our control.” With games left against NFC West foes San Francisco and Arizona, the Rams (8-6) have to win both and get some help to get to the playoffs for the third year in a row. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZTL_G07GdDBhCKt.LTHgw8Wb31Uewr6RhWhu4CJFCznDu5r3XMgvr9IUAOmvkHv1KWe2RQShUEnUI8t4UC3sH.KIeQqjK7rGA5pxLLAxChlkm0C7h3kchRM6n81OqgfLpLjaBD4l6ROdJyN3.hqKzCGkm2nmjA9BhSFLvRisbF5udBUmF4rxJ4Sx41Xb_.R7tk- After on-field officials made a blatant error to start Sunday’s Los Angeles Rams-Dallas Cowboys game, the NFL’s New York officiating office stepped in for a correction. The Cowboys won the opening toss of their 44-21 win and elected to kick off, which normally entails receiving the kickoff to start the second half. ‘Defer’ or ‘kick?’ Scroll to continue with content Ad Except, according to referee Walt Anderson, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott didn’t say the right words after the toss. [Watch live NFL games on the Yahoo Sports app, here's how] Anderson believed that Prescott didn’t say “defer,” which means the Cowboys would have deferred their decision until the second half. Instead he said “kick,” according to officials, which means the Rams have the choice to start the second half. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZRoN._3HpMXJx5fzbm84Wyr2xW0qxFONUZHJFYfj3HYo4WI6U5LExoe5040PmO3ts1e1XIVkD1l_V2V_uRp34NqWSKWFFjbbh5ouvaZkCkQu34Ct_3EdJC7rNnhJ4lgzVEtp1Fl_WnrFjzfHz5hxvbftJvGTNud7ng-Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports THE DALLAS COWBOYS ARE BACK! America’s Team entered Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams with a lot of bad stuff really close in the rearview mirror. The Philadelphia Eagles won earlier in the day which meant that the Cowboys needed two wins out of their remaining three games (one must be in Philly next week) to win the division, but in spite of a little bit of room for error, this team played like everything was on the line. It’s so hard to know who this team will be next week. Who they are today is winners though, and here are 10 that stood out. Winner: Ezekiel Elliott What a performance. Read More...  

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