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Worst Call In Playoff History

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On January 20th 2019, the New Orleans Saints hosted the Los Angeles Rams for the NFC Championship game. The Saints entered the game as the favorite. The electrifying game kept fans and analyst on the edge of there seats. Drew Brees and Jared Goff both performed at with top-notch talent.

The Rams defeated the Saints in overtime 26-23 with a 57-yard field goal from Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein. The real issue in the game was the missed pass interference call in the 4th quarter. The call was missed which resulted with the Saints not getting better field position and an automatic first down. New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton said the NFL officials told him they “blew the call”. This blown call will go down in history as one of the worst calls in playoff history. The Los Angeles Rams will go to Super Bowl LIII.

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Rams’ Todd Gurley Talks About Knee Injury

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Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley is a big part of the Rams’ success recently, but a knee injury has many concerned over his long-term health, something he is discussing.

Gurley says that while people may have some concern with how he will play when he returns from the knee injury, he has nothing to prove.

“I don’t have nothing to prove,” Gurley said, during an appearance on SiriusXM Radio. “That’s the thing. I’ve been doing this my whole life. This is the same stuff for me, over and over.

It’s the same old stuff, and I keep doing the same old thing. I really just play my game, honestly. I don’t worry about too much. I just try to be as good as a teammate as I can and just help my team win honestly.”

Gurley provided an update on his knee recently as well.

“It’s good, man. It’s good,” Gurley said, according to Kevin Patra of NFL.com. “I’m just like, hey, we’re going to find out in training camp, you know? Once training camp comes, you’ve got the preseason, but you don’t have a lot in preseason.”

Gurley posted 1,251 yards and a league-leading 17 touchdowns last season for the NFC Champion Rams.

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Rams’ Blake Bortles Lauds Coaching Staff

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Los Angeles Rams backup quarterback Blake Bortles is impressed with the coaching taking place within his new team.

Bortles signed in Los Angeles after spending the first few years of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, mostly as their starting quarterback.

It’s been awesome,” Bortles said, according to the Los Angeles Times. “Seeing how he coaches, how all the other coaches coach and how the guys are receptive and take it, I’ve never seen anything like it.”

The Jaguars released Bortles earlier this offseason and moved on to veteran Nick Foles, whom they signed in free agency.

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Rams Sign Blake Bortles

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The Los Angeles Rams have signed veteran quarterback Blake Bortles to a one-year deal, according to ESPN’s Jeff Darlington.

Bortles was recently released from the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he spent his entire career before being unceremoniously benched in 2018, and ultimately released this offseason.

Bortles will now backup Rams’ starting quarterback Jared Goff.

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