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Pickups of the WeekDanny Amendola, WR, Rams (50.4 percent owned in ESPN standard 10-man leagues)Week 15 stats: 6 rec, 58 yards, 1 TD, 12 TargetsAmendola is back receiving a high amount of targets from Sam Bradford and faces a league-worst Buccaneers pass defense that was just demolished by Drew Brees and Nick Foles. The Aqib Talib-less secondary is just as horrible as you think it is.Sam Bradford, QB, Rams (38.2 percent)Week 15 stats: 35-55, 377 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INTWell yeah, you think I'm not gonna put Bradford on here after Amendola was just mentioned?Harry Douglas, WR, Falcons (0.4 percent)Week 15 stats: 3 rec, 83 yards, 3 TargetsAccording to ffchamps.com defensive tools, the Lions rank give up the second most fantasy points to No. 3 wide receivers. On the year they've given up touchdowns to Brandon Gibson, Michael Spurlock, Jarius Wright and allowed 100 yards to T.Y. Hilton. If there was ever a time to play Harry Douglas, this would be the week. He is a decent PPR flex pl...
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We all remember Danny Amendola throwing a tirade (and his helmet) after breaking his collarbone earlier in the season.
Now healthy, the Rams receiver has resumed launching projectiles.
During Sunday's game against the Vikings, Amendola reeled in a touchdown reception and proceeded to do his best Rob Gronkowski impression, spiking the football.
Unfortunately for one helpless...
Danny Amendola caught a touchdown pass against the Minnesota Vikings and nailed an usher in the face with the football. The Minnesota Vikings have been dominating this game but Sam Bradford was able to lead the drive down the field for this Amendola catch and slam the ball into this nice old man’s face.
St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola spiked a football into a man's face, and appeared to break the man's glasses, after scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFL game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Amendola may want to plan his touchdown celebrations better in the future. Not only does he owe this man a new pair of glasses, but the Rams were down...
During yesterday’s Rams – Vikings game, St. Louis wide receiver Danny Amendola scored a touchdown and spiked the ball in the back of the end zone while celebrating. Unfortunately the ball hit an older gentleman in the head and apparently broke his glasses.
Hopefully the man learned that he will need to move back from the end line next time.
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St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola needs to work on his spike accuracy. After scoring during the fourth quarter of the Rams-Vikings game on Sunday, the receiver fired a ball into the ground, and it bounced directly into the face of an old man who was standing at the back of the end zone.
So that’s two fouls on Amendola: One for spiking a ball while down 33-13, and another for...
Pow! Right in the kisser!
Rams receiver Danny Amendola caught one of QB Sam Bradford’s three touchdown passes in St. Louis’ 36-22 home loss to the Vikings. While Amendola’s TD reception was somewhat a thing of beauty, his spikes need a bit of work, as his celebratory spike of the football bounces off the turf and nails a stadium usher right in the head.
Judging by the poor...
It’s been quite a day in football – and this just adds to it. Danny Amendola, wide receiver on the St. Louis Rams caught a TD pass to cut the Rams’ deficit against Minnesota to 33-14 and celebrated by spiking the ball.
However, the ball came back up hitting an usher in the face shattering his glasses. See it below:
Via: @BenjiGridiron on Twitter
As we have previously noted on this fair website, if you happen to be near an NFL sideline...you have to keep your wits about you.
After a touchdown reception by St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola, one Rams usher took his eyes away from the ball.
Watch as Amendola's spike takes away his glasses in one fail swoop:
(Courtesy of Mock Session)
((HT: NFL on CBS/Awful Announcing))
AA gets the official heads-up on this one...
The Rams were trying to come back in their game with Minnesota where:
1) Adrian Peterson was running like he had a plane to catch and,
2) Blair Walsh was getting the HQ a LOT of fantasy points
But part of the game showed just how dangerous celebrations could be...
Danny Amendola scored...
Here's an example of how touchdown celebrations can sometimes go too far in the NFL. Watch as Danny Amendola of the St. Louis Rams breaks a poor old man's glasses in the process of celebrating a touchdown. Epic fail.Amendola owes that guy a pair of new spectacles, and perhaps even a hug too.Via Big Lead Sports.
We have seen some weird things happen this year in the NFL. From controversial calls by the replacement refs (and regular refs) and the sprinklers going off during the Dolphins game. Now we have this. Danny Amendola celebrates a touchdown with a traditional spike, but it gets to close to comfort for an usher who gets nailed right in the face as the football bounces up off the ground...
Adrian Peterson and the Vikings came into St. Louis on Sunday and beat the Rams up pretty good. And while the Rams trailed 33-7 at one time, they weren’t the victim of the biggest beating at the Edward Jones Dome. After Rams received Danny Amendola scored to cut the Vikes’ lead to 33-13, he took out a little frustration on the ball, the turf and a harmless unsuspecting usher’s...
Sam Bradford has never cared much for numbers and statistics.
So the St. Louis Rams quarterback was surprised to find out he has been sacked in 30 successive games, the longest current streak in the NFL.
''That's great to know, thanks,'' he chuckled.
Bradford, the top overall pick in the 2010 draft, has endured his share of bumps and bruises this season, having...
While not eliminated from playoff contention, the St. Louis Rams are very close to seeing their postseason hopes end - something that's already happened for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Rams look to get back on track after a damaging loss with their fourth win in five games when they visit the sinking Bucs on Sunday.
A three-game win streak bolstered St. Louis' chances...
The Vikings pass defense fell to 22nd in the league after giving up 345 net passing yards to Sam Bradford and the Rams, but there could be a well-time infusion into the secondary for Minnesota. Plus, injury updates and other notes.