Elliott rushes for playoff career low in loss to Rams

Elliott rushes for playoff career low in loss to Rams

On Saturday night, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Dallas Cowboys 30-22 to punch their ticket to their first NFC Championship game since they were in St. Louis.

"That defense didn't play that way today", Elliott said. He said he knew us.

The Rams totaled 273 yards on the ground, a franchise record for a playoff game. For these Dallas Cowboys, a season that began with hope turned into despair after a 3-5 start.

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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. "They controlled the pace and tempo of the game really because of that". Running back Todd Gurley is expected to play after sitting out the last two games because of a left knee injury. After winning the NFC East and beating Seattle last week, Dallas lost in the divisional playoff round for the sixth consecutive time and fell short of its first trip to the NFC championship game since January 1993.

Ahead 23-15 in the fourth quarter, Rams head coach Sean McVay chose to go for it on a fourth-and-goal from the Dallas 1-yard line, and the gamble paid off. Anderson's second touchdown run made it 30-15 with 7:16 remaining. "That's how I play the game, and that's how we're going to dictate the game". But didn't stop T.O. from hitting out at his former coach, for garnering a modest 2 playoff wins in 10 years of service.