Cooper Kupp’s second touchdown gives Rams 17-10 lead over Seahawks

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Cooper Kupp is killing the Seattle Seahawks.

Kupp has nine receptions for 136 yards with a 29-yard strike from Matthew Stafford resulting in the go-ahead score for the Los Angeles Rams with 10:48 left to play.

The Rams got the benefit of a sketchy defensive holding call against Kupp from cornerback Bless Austin on a third down that allowed them to keep their drive going. The Rams would have been punting from their own 18-yard line. Instead, the drive continued and Kupp and the Rams made them pay.

Sony Michel busted a screen pass for a 24-yard gain and Kupp hauled in the strike from Stafford to give the Rams a 17-10 cushion.

Kupp surpasses Issac Bruce to set the Rams single-season reception record on his first touchdown catch of the night on L.A.’s first drive of the second half. That score tied the game at 10-10 before his 29-yard touchdown gave the Rams the lead once again.

4 responses to “Cooper Kupp’s second touchdown gives Rams 17-10 lead over Seahawks

  1. This wasn’t as bad as the SB against Steelers, but the Referee Crew was clearly sided with LA. Every marginal call or obvious non-call went against the Seahawks, with several being game changers.

    Yes, the Seahawks clearly need more innovative offense. They are getting it from “new” OC, as planned. I’m not okay with the status quo next season. Change needs too occur.

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