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Rams, Buccaneers Fumble on Back-To-Back Plays

It was a chaotic start to the fourth quarter


The fourth quarter of Sunday’s divisional round contest between the Rams and Buccaneers went off the rails in a hurry.

The two teams traded fumbles on back-to-back plays, with Tampa Bay ultimately getting the ball near midfield.

The chaos began when Von Miller strip-sacked Tom Brady. The edge rusher, who the Rams acquired midseason, also gathered the loose ball and gave Los Angeles the ball at the Tampa Bay 25-yard line.

It didn’t take long for the Bucs to get the ball back, though. Rams center Brian Allen sailed a snap past Matthew Stafford. Jason Pierre-Paul tracked down the ball and set the Buccaneers up at the Rams’ 45-yard line.

Down 27-13, the Bucs were poised to put up more points on the board, but their drive ended with a controversial turnover on downs.

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