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LeBron James, Lakers Attend Rams-Cowboys Divisional Round Playoff Game

LeBron James, Lakers Attend Rams-Cowboys Divisional Round Playoff Game

The Rams totaled 273 yards on the ground, a franchise record for a playoff game.

The Rams now await the victor of a divisional-round matchup Sunday between the NFC's top-seeded New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles, before they make their first appearance in an NFC Championship game since 2001. It remains to be seen whether a near one-month layoff will help or hinder him against a defense that limited the Seattle Seahawks, the NFL's top rushing team, to only 73 yards in last week's NFC wild-card victory.

The Los Angeles Lakers' star claims to be a big Dallas Cowboys fan. He said he believes a coaching change is necessary in Dallas, adding, "Garrett isn't the answer & NEVER will be!"

For a team that looked nothing like a postseason contender for much of the regular season, the Cowboys improbable run of close wins came to an end against the Rams - determined to not lose their first playoff game in consecutive seasons.




The Rams promptly went on a 12-play, 65-yard drive, capped by a 1-yard TD run from Anderson to take a 30-15 lead with 7:16 remaining.

Elliott was held to 47 yards on 20 rushes for the Cowboys. Running back Todd Gurley is expected to play after sitting out the last two games because of a left knee injury.

"Even when we were in three-receiver sets they were in base, so they were committed to stopping our running game", Garrett said. The Rams did a great job scheming blockers to the second level, where Smith and Vander Esch were handled to the point of playing tentatively and taking poor angles.