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To be fair, it was the aftermath of a jubilant spike, but still. Relax, Danny. You just ruined an old man’s day.
Danny Amendola And Dashon Goldson Are Actually Donovan McNabb, Thought 49ers-Rams Game Was Going To Second Overtime
Back in 2008, the Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles participated in the first NFL tie – a 13-13 finish – since 2002. Though the overtime rules were different then, with a score of any kind ending the game automatically, ties, however unlikely, were still in play.
Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan lives to get under opponents’ skin. And it’s no wonder why he loves doing it so much: he’s really, really good at it. How his latest baiting just might have won the Rams a game yesterday, after the jump.
The Indianapolis Colts took an early 7-0 lead in their opening preseason game today against the St. Louis Rams after a 63-yard TD pass. By Andrew Luck. Although this was hardly a pass, as it was a two-yard screen dump off that Donald Brown turned into a 63-yard reception.
According to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports, the Rams have a deal in place to trade the No. 2 pick of the upcoming NFL Draft to the Redskins. As one might expect, the pick won’t come cheap for Washington, which swaps first round spots with the Rams this year but gives up two future first-rounders.
In other words, Robert Griffin better be good.
Watch Robert Griffin III Run 40 Yards In 4.38 Seconds And Make The Number Two Draft Pick Even More Valuable
Robert Griffin III was a near-lock for the number two pick in the 2012 NFL Draft before the combine. But wow, as if the guy had something else to prove, he ran a 4.38 in the 40-yard dash today. As fast as that sounds, it’s even more impressive to actually see it. The Rams must be loving this.