June 26, 2022

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Acres Jungle, Newton Bench as Rams Route battling the Patriots

Acres Jungle, Newton Bench as Rams Route battling the Patriots

INGLEWOOD, California. – Los Angeles paid back a small amount of money for the Super Bowl trouble two years ago when the Rookie Cam Ackers and his defensive teammates, who were running in the woods for the Rams, completely thwarted the Patriots.

These Rams seemed to fit in for a chance at some real Super Bowl release later this season.

At the breakout show, the Ackers ran 171 yards, Kenny Young returned 79 yards for a touchdown and the Rams went on to win the New England Patriots 24-3 on Thursday night to become the fourth consecutive winner.

Jared Goff ran for a touchdown and threw a TD pass to Cooper Coop, the NFC West-famous Rams (9-4) returning to their 13-3 Super Bowl loss in February 2019 with an arbitrary victory in the match.

“We have a lot of respect for them, but this is a completely different year,” Rams coach Sean McVeigh said. “It simply came to our notice then. ” ‘

Although Rams’ offense appeared sharp, their defense pushed the Patriots (6-7) chaotically close. New England managed only 220 yards in total – with just 62 misplaced drives in the second half.

Com Newton scored 9 out of 16 for 119 yards and was dismissed four times in place for the 2015 NFL MVP replacement Jarrett Steid for the last three series in the fourth quarter.

“” We know what they ‘re going to do, “Newton said. “We have to be good, it starts with me personally. I need to do more plays. ” ‘

Five days after the Patriots scored 45 points at the Sophie Stadium with the Chargers, New England were in danger of their second defeat in six games for the 12th consecutive playoff berth.

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When asked if it would start next week, Newton replied: “It’s not my call. ” ‘

Bill Belichick then immerses himself in moments of understandable spec hogans: “ Come our quarterback. ” ‘

The Rams got an excellent game from the Acres, a second round draft pick from Florida State who have played a major role in their offense for the past three weeks. The Acres yards have been largely part of the NFL rookie’s biggest running game this season and the ninth 150 yards against Belichick-Coach Defense since 2000.

“It’s great to see that guy really tell us he’s a big time player,” McVeigh said. “You can see this guy is going to be a really special player for us, and it was a great night for him. ” ‘

Aaron Donald has 1 1/2 bags into the overall 1/2 lead this season, leading another strong game from the Los Angeles Elite Defense, recording six bags and touching down for the third game in a row. Pats’ third-ranked offense was just 3.7 yards per carry.

“We knew they had a great running game, they were physical-ed people, and we took it personally,” Rams defensive tackle Michael Brokers said, adding that he had two bags. “If they’re going to come here and run the ball, we’re going to stop them. ” ‘

New England struggled to move the ball through the air again, and Newton threw his first pick-six this season to Young, who also had a stretch and led the Rams with eight tackles. After taking charge in the fourth quarter, Stidam scored 5 of 7 and was sent off twice.

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Despite their strong recent game, the Patriots have seven losses for the first time since 2002, officially ending their NFL-record streak with at least 10 wins in 17 consecutive seasons.

The Rams’ initial 75-yard TD drive at Sophie Stadium looked better than it did in the Super Bowl. Tyler Higby and Ackers made a lot of profits before Goff reached the fourth and goal for his career-high-fourth run touchdown this season.

Deliberate grinding penalty on Goff and a poorly thrown pass by New England’s Miles Bryant managed the deficit early on. But Young started with a break before Donald’s interception in the second quarter, which came back for the third year in a row for the first NFL touchdown.

Koop’s 2-yard TD catch at the end of the third quarter was dominated by 16-play, 90-yard Rams, including two fourth-down conversions.

“It doesn’t really matter,” said Devin McCourt, Patriots security. “They were able to run it consistently and get the first reduction. This will take you out of play-calling. We were able to do well in the third fall, but it did not matter how well they did in the run game. They took the whole of the third quarter with a long drive, we can not play that way. ” ‘

Historic Night

The Rams have four consecutive winning records under McVeigh, not co-franchised since 1983-86 with Eric Dickerson and coach John Robinson. Los Angeles still have not picked up McVeigh’s third playoff spot, but his team sits at the top of the division with three games to play.

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Los Angeles also improved to 33-0 with a half-time lead under McVeigh.


Patriots: S. Adrian Phillips rolled his arm at some point halfway through, but he came back in the second half. … RB Damien Harris left the field in the fourth quarter.

Rams: Despite a shoulder injury, K Matt played gay and never lost a kick.

UP Next

Patriots: Visit the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, December 20th.

Rams: Stay home to host the New York Jets on Sunday, December 20th.