Marcus Peters Smacked Amari Cooper in Face After Cowboys-Rams Game

Tanya Simon
January 14, 2019

They will face the victor of Sunday's game featuring the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles next week. But the Cowboys defense, under veteran coordinator Rod Marinelli, presents a far greater challenge. Los Angeles racked up a franchise playoff-record 273 yards on the ground - also the most ever allowed in the postseason by the Cowboys, who were playing in their NFL-record 63rd postseason game.

Elliott gashed defenses this season to an National Football League best 1,434 yards on the ground. They were especially impressive in limiting the vaunted Cowboys running game to just 50 yards.

The two teams have had strong offensive line play at times this season as both the Rams and Cowboys have blocked for 1,200-plus yard rushers.

As Fox sports' Chris Meyers was interviewing Rams QB Jared Goff, an excited Talib ran up yelling, "He ain't taking no f*ck*ng soul out there", SB Nation reported. On the very next play, Cooper broke off a 29-yard touchdown.

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"Even when we were in three-receiver sets they were in base, so they were committed to stopping our running game", Garrett said.

Plus, with the surprise impact by Anderson fitting in Sean McVay's offense along with Gurley showing clear signs of being ready to go for Saturday's battle with the Dallas Cowboys, this could make the Rams even more risky on offense.

The Rams, meanwhile, advance to the NFC Championship Game.

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