Rams qualify – TVA Sports

The Los Angeles Rams advanced to the NFL playoffs by defeating the Arizona Cardinals 18-7 Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

The losers of this duel have seen their chances of participating in the post-season be reduced to nothing.

Early in the game, the Cardinals (8-8) lost the services of their quarterback Kyler Murray, who worsened a leg injury. His replacement, Chris Streveler, hasn’t done enough. The former Winnipeg Blue Bombers completed 11 of 16 stints for 105 yards and a touchdown. He was also the victim of an interception.

The Rams (10-6) also had to make do without their starting pivot, as Jared Goff suffered from a broken thumb. In relief, John Wolford had 57.8% of his passes for 231 yards and theft.

The Rams’ only major came from Troy Hill, who brought in an 84-yard interception for the game. Kicker Matt Gray had his say in the win, as he managed all three field goal attempts.

As a result of the defeat of the “Cards”, the Chicago Bears also got their ticket to the playoffs. In their last game of the regular season, the Illinois club dropped their flag 35 to 18 against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field.

The victorious Colts

At Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indianapolis Colts won 28-14 over the Jacksonville Jaguars to advance to the playoffs.

By virtue of this victory, the Miami Dolphins were officially eliminated.

Against the Jaguars (1-15), the Colts (11-5) were propelled by the ball carrier Jonathan Taylor. The freshman put in the best performance of his young career. He amassed 253 yards and crossed the goal line twice.

The Indianapolis team ended their regular season second in the South American Division, as the Tennessee Titans beat the Houston Texans 41-38 at NRG Stadium.

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It was Sam Sloman’s 37-yard field goal on the last play of the game that made the difference for the Titans (11-5).

In short

At Arrowhead Stadium, the Kansas City Chiefs B team were defeated 38-21 by the Los Angeles Chargers. The reigning Super Bowl champions had chosen to rest several of their starters for this duel, them who were already assured of the first place in the American Association.

At the University of Phoenix Stadium, the Seattle Seahawks scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to beat the San Francisco 49ers 26-23.

At Bank of America Stadium, Drew Brees threw three six-point assists in the New Orleans Saints’ 33-7 win over the Carolina Panthers.


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