The Rams are getting taken to the woodshed by the Buffalo Bills this Thursday night. Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is getting crushed on social media, as a result.
Trailing by 14 early in the fourth quarter, Stafford attempted a no-look pass to Cooper Kupp. The pass sailed high, though, and Kupp was unable to bring it down. Bills safety Jordan Poyer was in a position to make a play and came away with the pick.
Attempting no-look passes early in a game or with a lead is perfect acceptable. Attempting no-look passes trailing by 14 in the fourth quarter isn't exactly a good idea.
"Matthew Stafford tries throwing a no look pass to Cooper Kupp and the pass is overthrown and picked by Jordan Poyer. The #Bills have a chance to close this game out with another touchdown," said Brandon Carr.
Not a good look from Matthew Stafford, who's thrown two picks in tonight's action so far. He's going to have to play cleaner football if the Rams are going to make a run back to the Super Bowl this season.
Los Angeles currently trails the Buffalo Bills 31-10 in the fourth quarter. Catch the rest of the NFL's 2022 season opener on NBC.