Sports Minute: Super fall for Rams, who are on brink of playoff elimination
By STEPHEN HAWKINS
AP Sports Writer
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - The Los Angels Rams are almost out of playoff contention a year after going to the Super Bowl. The inconsistent Rams lost 44-21 to the Dallas Cowboys in a much different game than when they met in the playoffs last January. The 8-6 Rams can't win their third consecutive NFC West title because they are three games behind division co-leaders San Francisco and Seattle with two games to play. They are also two games behind Minnesota for the NFC's second wild-card spot. The Rams had a franchise playoff record 273 yards rushing against Dallas in the playoffs. They had only 22 this time.
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