CM – NFL recap: Kupp hits twice as Rams defeated Seahawks, 20-10

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Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp, above, catches a pass over Seahawks cornerback Sidney Jones in Los Angeles’ 20:10 win on Tuesday in Inglewood, California. Ashley Landis / Associated Press

INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Cooper Kupp caught two touchdown passes from Matthew Stafford in the second half, and the Los Angeles Rams held the Seattle Seahawks in a rescheduled game between two COVIDs Tuesday night 20-10 -19 exhausted teams.

Kupp broke Isaac Bruce’s Rams receiving record in a single season in the third quarter with a 6-yard TD catch, which was also the 120th of his spectacular year. The NFL leader then scored a tiebreaking 29-yard touchdown at 10:48 to play a beautiful throw over the center of Stafford to top off an 88-yard drive.

Stafford passed for 244 yards and Sony Michel stormed for 92 for the Rams (10-4) in a game postponed Sunday, while Kupp made nine catches for 136 yards in their third straight win for Los Angeles after a Novemberless win.

With his third win over Seattle in 2021 drew Los Angeles three games to go with Arizona at the top of NFC West, although the Cardinals hold the division record tiebreaker.

DeeJay Dallas rushed to the touchdown for the Seahawks (5-9), their series of nine consecutive wins under coach Pete Carroll ended. Seattle is mathematically still alive for its ninth playoff appearance in these 10 seasons, but will regret having lost an extremely winnable game at SoFi Stadium.

Both defenses stood out in a meeting of two teams with significant COVID-19 related absences. The Rams were without the right starter Rob Havenstein, lead tackler Jordan Fuller, tight end Tyler Higbee and a multitude of backups in the roster after 10 days of turmoil, while the Seahawks without lead receiver Tyler Lockett, starting cornerback D.J. Reed and lead rusher Alex Collins.

Carlos Dunlap had three of the four sacks the Seahawks had with Stafford, who were uncomfortable behind a reconfigured offensive line. Seattle just couldn’t get enough late stops or big plays from Russell Wilson, who went 17 of 31 for 156 yards and defeated DK Metcalf in a key game in the fourth quarter, allowing Jalen Ramsey to break it up.

After Kupp’s second TD stopped Los Angeles Seattle 3:21 in midfield when Greg Gaines forced Wilson to throw a quick throw and officials failed to call a possible pass interference against Dallas by rookie Ram linebacker Ernest Jones. Matt Gay scored his second field goal for Los Angeles with 1:51 to go, and Taylor Rapp sealed it in the final seconds with an end zone interception.

The Rams stopped in a frustrating game with great performances from their notable quarterback Receiver combination through. Kupp had his 10th straight game with at least 90 yards, a first in the NFL in the past 70 years.

Previously, Stafford was the fastest quarterback in NFL history to score 50,000 yards of passing when the playoff Totals are taken into account.

Neither team reached the end zone in the first half, with the Rams scoring only three points despite 21 minutes of possession and four times in Seattle’s final.

Quandre Diggs made his career with the fifth interception in the Close the Seahawks’ goal line in the first snap of the second quarter to kill a solid Rams drive. Los Angeles then flipped the ball 1:56 downs before halftime, resulting in the Seahawks field goal and a 3-3 halftime score.

Dallas scored a 75-yard drive for the Seahawks off-half. The Rams responded immediately with their first TD drive, crowned by Kupp’s historic catch.

EAGLES 27, WASHINGTON 17: Jalen Hurts ran for two touchdowns and threw for another, which helped Philadelphia come back from an early deficit to beat virus-ravaged Washington in Philadelphia in a critical showdown affecting the NFC playoffs.

In his first game after an ankle injury, Hurts scored to the franchise with a pair of 1-yard QB sneakers – Set a season record for quick touchdowns by a quarterback at 10 and linked to Greg Ward on a 19 yard TD pass. He was 20 of 26 for 296 yards of passing play with the TD and one bad interception when Dallas Goedert dropped a catchable pass and the ball ricocheted off his right foot into the hands of Washington’s Landon Collins.

That was a bad one Jump for Philadelphia, who helped Washington (6-8) to a 10-point lead after the first quarter. Behind a dominant effort on their offensive line, all the Eagles (7-7) were from there: they defeated Washington 435-136 the rest of the way, taking out an opponent who missed a handful of starters due to the COVID-19 protocol.

Miles Sanders took advantage of the holes in Washington’s defense created by these absences and additional injuries and carried the ball 18 times for a career height of 131 meters. He became the first Eagles player to play 100-yard consecutive rushes since LeSean McCoy in 2014.

Well rested, Philadelphia finished its farewell week 238 yards and became the first team to go over 175 yards in seven consecutive games since the 1985 Chicago Bears. This is also a first in the history of the Eagles franchise.

Goedert made up for his early mistake and a subsequent drop by catching seven passes for 135 yards, including one 45 yard completion.

Although the game was postponed for 54 hours due to the coronavirus outbreak in Washington, the delay did not allow quarterback Taylor Heinicke or Kyle Allen to start to clear protocol in time to play. Garrett Gilbert, who signed on Friday, made nine of his first 13 passes, finishing 20 of 31 for 194 yards.

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