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The Seattle Seahawks/St. Louis Rams game was much more of a contest than anyone expected. Jeff Fisher should be proud his guys stuck with it and had a chance to win the game right up until the last seconds ticked off the clock. His rookie wide receiver's--Tavon Austin-flopping?
I doubt he was too proud of that, but if Austin ever wants to play basketball...
BEST OF MAXIM
Early in the fourth quarter of the Monday Night barnburner between the Rams and the Seahawks—won 14-9 by Seattle—St. Louis WR Tavon Austin got bumped by a Hawks defender whilst tripping over his own teammate, which led to the rookie performing a dive so European soccer-esque that it had many folks looking for a yellow card from the ref…
Love how Austin tried selling it by...
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin had one of the more epic and ridiculous flops you’ll ever see during Monday Night Football against the Seahawks this week. Watch as Austin gets bumped, loses all of his bodily functions, then miraculously recovers a few seconds later. Beautiful.
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During Monday night's St. Louis vs. Seattle game, Rams rookie WR Tavon Austin brought us the most epic flop of the 2013 NFL season.
St. Louis Rams rookie receiver Tavon Austin gave Monday Night Football viewers a few laughs with a flop for the ages after making a fair catch on a punt return in the fourth quarter.
On the way off the field, Austin deliberately bumped into Seattle Seahawks linebacker Heath Farwell and fell to the ground, laying motionless for a few seconds as if he was dead.
For a split second, you may have thought that St Louis Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin was seriously hurt. His limbs were stretched out in awkward positions. ****, he may be dead.
[2 seconds later]
Did he just play dead?
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Robert Quinn has been spending plenty of time in the opponents' backfield this season.
At the midpoint of the season, Quinn leads the NFC with 10 sacks.
He's coming off his second three-sack game, including tackles of the Seahawks' Russell Wilson on consecutive plays in the first half Monday night.
Coach Jeff Fisher said what goes unnoticed is how well Quinn is playing...