Seattle Seahawks 10-20 Los Angeles Rams: Cooper Kupp has 100-yard and two-TD game in LA win | NFL News

The Seahawks (5-9), with just three games remaining in the regular season, secured a losing record for the first time in Russell Wilson’s 10 years with the team; the Philadelphia Eagles (7-7) secured a 27-17 win over the Washington Football Team (6-8) in Tuesday’s other rearranged game

Last updated: 22/12/21 6:35

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp had a day from 100 yards and two TDs in victory over the Seattle Seahawks

Matthew Stafford threw two second-half touchdown passes to Cooper Kupp as the Los Angeles Rams beat the Seattle Seahawks 20-10 in their rescheduled week 15 clash at SoFi Stadium on Tuesday night.

Game history

Stafford was impressive, completing 21 of his 29 pass attempts, for 244 yards and those two goals to his favorite target Kupp, who pulled out nine holds for 136 yards, breaking the franchise record for most receptions in one. single season (122) in the process – as the Rams (10-4) have won their third straight.

Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson, meanwhile, scored 17 of 31 for 156 yards, throwing one last interception in his desperate attempts to trigger a late comeback. The Seahawks (5-9), with only three games remaining in the regular season, secured a losing record for the first time in Wilson’s 10 years with the team.

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Elsewhere, in the NFL’s other reorganized game from the Sunday Week 15 list, the Philadelphia Eagles (7-7) secured a 27-17 victory over the Washington Football Team (6-8) in an NFC East divisional clash, with both teams pushing for a Wild Card spot in the NFC.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts had two running TDs and Miles Sanders had a day from 100 yards while Philadelphia rushed 238 yards to the ground returning from a 10-0 deficit to clinch a convincing win. The Rams-Seahawks and Eagles-Washington matches have been rescheduled due to the Covid-19 outbreaks at team facilities in Los Angeles and Washington.

Leading statistics


  • Passing: Russell Wilson, 17/31, 156 yards, 1 INT
  • Rushing: DeeJay Dallas, eight carries, 41 yards, 1 TD
  • Rashaad Penny, 11 courses, 39 yards
  • Reception: DK Metcalf, six holds, 52 yards


  • Passes: Matthew Stafford, 21/29, 244 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
  • Rushing: Sony Michel, 18 courses, 92 yards
  • Reception: Cooper Kupp, nine tricks, 136 yards, 2 TDs

Score summary

Score summary

Seahawks 0-3 rams Matt Gay 55 yard basket
Seahawks 3-3 rams Jason Meyers 39-yard basket
Seahawks 10-3 rams DeeJay Dallas four yard run (extra point)
sea ​​hawks 10-10 rams Matthew Stafford from six yards passes to Cooper Kupp (extra point)
sea ​​hawks 10-17 rams Matthew Stafford TD passes from 29 yards to Cooper Kupp (extra point)
sea ​​hawks 10-20 rams Matt Gay 35-yard basket

Key moments

In a fairly conservative game, the score between the two NFC West rivals was drawn 3-3 by halftime. The Rams had dominated possession time (21 to nine in their favor) and had a 153 yard lead to 79 in total attack, but their shots stopped repeatedly each time they crossed midfield, which they did in the first four. throws. .

The only points scored in Los Angeles came courtesy of Matt Gay’s 55-yard basket on their first drive, Stafford threw an interception to end their second set and they were forced to punt thereafter until to turn the ball down when faced 4th-and-2 from the Seattle 32-yard line. The Seahawks then scored their first points on Jason Myers’ 39-yard field goal 10 seconds before half-time.

The guests then took the lead on the first drive of the second half, with DeeJay Dallas scoring on a four-yard run for the first touchdown of the game. But the Rams immediately responded, with Stafford finding that man Kupp for a six-yard score – the catch saw him break Isaac Bruce’s previous record of 119 receptions in a single season.

Los Angeles broke the ties 10-10 with 10 minutes and 48 seconds left in the game, with Stafford making an 88-yard drive from eight plays to find Kupp in the endzone again, while Gay kicked his second field goal on the night. inside of. the two-minute warning to win.

What’s next?

The Seahawks (5-9) then host the Chicago Bears (4-10) in Seattle on Boxing Day, while the Rams (10-4) are away, on their way to the Minnesota Vikings (7-7), who they are struggling to stay in the image of the NFC playoffs.

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