Anderson, Gurley drive Rams past Cowboys, into NFC title game

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Rams players take the field for their preseason opener against the Dallas Cowboys in 2017

On Saturday, in front of a boisterous sold-out, and celebrity-packed, crowd at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, McVay executed a masterful game plan in a 30-22 win over the Dallas Cowboys in a NFC divisional round game. And backup running back Anderson joined in the fun, too, posting 78 yards and a rushing score on 12 carries in a performance that was essentially equal to Gurley's in the first half. YG's latest tweet since the victory attaches Post Malone's confirmation of the bet, with added text that simply reads "Pay me my money!"

"It was incredible what they did today", Goff said of the Rams' running backs. Dallas entered with the fifth-best rushing defense in the National Football League, allowing 94.6 yards per game. "They were able to run consistently throughout the game".

Anderson, who was signed late in the season and played in just two regular-season games, scored on a 1-yard TD run to give the Rams a 13-7 lead with seven minutes remaining in the first half. He was incredible in the last two weeks of the regular season starting for Gurley, blasting the rival Arizona Cardinals for 167 yards in Week 16 before pouring 154 yards from scrimmage on the San Francisco 49ers in Week 17. Quarterback Jared Goff, who has 4,688 yards with 32 touchdowns for the year, will lead the Rams' offense.

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.

Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay felt the pressure.

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