Rams stays with the Christmas triumph

Inglewoods, California

Baker Mayfield threw two touchdown passes to Tyler Higbee and Cam Akers ran for 118 yards and three more scores as the Los Angeles Rams routed the Denver Broncos 51-14 for their second win since mid-October.
Mayfield completed 24 of 28 passes for 230 yards and another outstanding performance in his second win in three games with the Rams (5-10) who this Christmas produced the best game in a disastrous season.
Rookie Cobie Durant returned his second interception for 85 yards and a touchdown with 4:08 left and the Rams’ first 50-plus point performance under Sean McVay since a 54-51 victory over Kansas City in 2018.
For at least another week, Los Angeles avoided becoming the first defending Super Bowl champion to lose 11 games.
Even as the NFL’s worst offense before the game, Los Angeles became the second team to reach 50 points this season after Dallas, which did so earlier in the month, and turned in a comprehensively dominant performance.

Green Bay’s defense intercepted Tua Tagovailoa three times in the fourth quarter to help the Packers rally to beat the Miami Dolphins 26-20 and keep their playoff hopes alive.
Aaron Rodgers passed for 238 yards and a touchdown and had an interception for the Packers (7-8), who have won their last three games after starting 4-8.
Miami (8-7) has lost four in a row and must win its last two to advance to the playoffs.

Dak Prescott was on the podium after helping Dallas come from behind to beat the Eagles. Right away, he addressed the number one reason the Cowboys needed to react in the game.
“Let’s start with the interception,” the star quarterback said before a reporter even asked the question.
Prescott threw for 347 yards and three scores after Josh Sweat had that interception and a run to the end zone. Brett Maher made the go-ahead field goal late as the Cowboys beat Philadelphia 40-34 on Saturday.

Patrick Mahomes threw two touchdown passes and ran for another touchdown, Kansas City shut down Geno Smith and Seattle’s faltering offense as the Chiefs cruised to a 24-10 victory over the Seahawks.
Travis Kelce had six receptions for 113 yards and Kadarius Toney and Jerick McKinnon had touchdown catches as the AFC West champion Chiefs (12-3) kept tied with Buffalo for the best record in the league. American Conference with two games to play.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.