Monday Night Football: The Los Angeles Rams beat the Arizona Cardinals in the playoffs for a key playoff victory

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Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford threw three touchdowns, and Los Angeles’ defense was enough to prevent the Cardinals from winning 30-23 in a football game on Monday night.

Odell Beckham Jr., Van Jefferson and Cooper Cooper all scored touchdowns, and Stafford completed 287 yards in 23 of 30 attempts.

The game continued Cooper’s excellent season-the 28-year-old wide receiver led the league in receiving yards, adding another 123 yards on Monday.

According to NFL Research, Cooper had at least 90 yards in his fifth consecutive game, which is equivalent to the longest receiving yards in the past 70 seasons. He reached the level in 2014 with NFL Hall of Famer Michael Owen and Odell Beckham Jr. (now his teammate with the Rams) during the 1995 season.

After the game, Stafford called Cooper “awesome”.

Cooper was intercepted by Jaylen Thompson of the Arizona Cardinals.
Stafford said in a post-game interview with ESPN: “I miss him in a couple-I hope I can put a couple in front to give him a chance to run.” “Great player, to us Said to be a great teammate. He also did a lot of dirty work for us. I am just excited for our team and we must continue to build on this foundation.”

After being included in the reserve/Covid-19 roster, the Rams lost many important players. Some of the absentees include star cornerback Jalen Ramsey, starting running back Darrell Henderson, starting right tackle Rob Havenstein and close end Taylor Higby. Ramsey said in a tweet that he felt “good/normal”.

The result prevented the Cardinals, who are now 10-3, from becoming the first team to win a playoff spot this season, which means that the Rams are now only one game behind the NFC Western leader by 9-4.

According to data from NFL Research, Monday’s result means that this season—the first 17 games in history—is the third place since the NFL entered 16 games in 1978 and did not win a playoff spot in the 14th week. Seasons. 1993 and 2014.

The Rams defense can slow Cards quarterback Kyler Murray and other popular Arizona offenses.

Superstar defensive winger Aaron Donald completed three sacks – one of which won at the end of the fourth quarter – and Leonard Floyd and Ernest Jones both intercepted Murray. once.

“This is what the best people do. They play their best role when the best is needed,” Rams coach Sean McVeigh said afterwards.

“We have been talking about the greatness of competition. This person is the epitome of great competition. I am really proud of Aaron (Donald). I am not surprised at all.”

On December 13, 2021, Donald fired Murray in the second quarter of the game at State Farm Stadium.

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In addition to the Rams players who joined the reserve/Covid-19 roster, the NFL also reported an overall increase in the number of positive cases in the league.

League sources told CNN that NFL players tested positive for Covid-19 on Monday, a total of 37 items. ESPN’s Adam Schefter was the first to report this number.

In the two weeks from November 14th to 27th, the last time the NFL publicly released test data showed that players tested positive for 29 times.

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The NFL’s Monday memo obtained by CNN stated that first-level and second-level employees who have previously been vaccinated and comply with CDC guidelines must receive booster injections by December 27. This rule does not apply to NFL players. Tier 1 and Tier 2 staff are coaches and anyone who has direct contact with players.

On December 2, the league stated that 94.4% of its players and “nearly 100%” of other NFL personnel were vaccinated.


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