Odell Beckham Jr. touchdown gives Rams early 7-0 lead

NFC Wild Card Playoffs - Arizona Cardinals v Los Angeles Rams
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The Rams are playing from in front.

Receiver Odell Beckham Jr. went up to catch a 4-yard touchdown pass over Cardinals cornerback Marco Wilson in the end zone, tapping his feet in bounds to secure the score.

The TD capped a 10-play, 52-yard drive that took 6:05 off the clock and gave Los Angeles a 7-0 lead.

Beckham also caught a 17-yard pass to begin the possession.

The Rams converted a third-and-1 play with a Matthew Stafford quarterback sneak. And Stafford’s touchdown to Beckham came on third-and-4.

Stafford has started the game 4-of-4 for 48 yards with a touchdown.

On the other side, the Rams’ defense has forced three three-and-outs to start the game. With only 2:15 left in the period, the Cardinals may finish the first quarter with -3 yards.

6 responses to “Odell Beckham Jr. touchdown gives Rams early 7-0 lead

  1. Miller had a sack as well.

    Haters better head for their hiding places.

  2. If Green Bay doesn’t win the super bowl not signing Odell will be the reason why. The Packers can just never go for it and sign the players they need.

  3. If Green Bay doesn’t win the super bowl not signing Odell will be the reason why. The Packers can just never go for it and sign the players they need.
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    It was a trade.

    Rodgers suggested they called, but we’ll never know for sure.

  4. The Least Interesting Man Alive says:
    January 17, 2022 at 9:21 pm
    If Green Bay doesn’t win the super bowl not signing Odell will be the reason why. The Packers can just never go for it and sign the players they need.
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    It was a trade.

    Rodgers suggested they called, but we’ll never know for sure.
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    It was absolutely not a trade. He was released by Cleveland and the cheap Packers only offered him the veteran minimum so they could make an appearance as if they tried to sign him without ever being serious about it.

  5. Why is everyone hating on the Packers for not bringing in OBJ? We got Rodgers, Adams, Jones and Bakhtiari eating up an insane amount of cap space, plus all the FA’s we signed back in 2019 are on the final or second-to-last year of their deals. Packers have already ‘went for it’ with their signing the past 3 years. Hence three straight seasons of 13 wins and 2 years in the NFC title game. They already are ‘going for it’.

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