Rams’ Matthew Stafford, channeling his inner Carson Wentz, throws a pair of costly INTs to Tennessee Titans

Somewhere in Central Indiana on Sunday, Carson Wentz must have yelled out, “See?! It’s not just me!”

Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford made a very similar play as what Wentz did last week against the Titans, trying to spin out of a sack in the end zone and blindly throwing the ball to no receiver in particular in Sunday’s game in Los Angeles between LA and Tennessee. David Long picked off the pass and returned it to the Rams’ 2-yard line. One play later, a Ryan Tannehill touchdown pass to Geoff Swaim gave the Titans a second-quarter lead.

Last week, it was Elijah Molden. This week, it was Long.

On the next drive, Stafford gave it up again, throwing an interception to Kevin Byard who returned the ball for an easy touchdown.

Just like that, it was 14-3.

Wentz, of course, two critical interceptions last week; the one to Molden

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Pine-Richland teen Carson Verszyla goes viral with highlight-reel hockey goal | Trib HSSN


Monday, June 7, 2021 | 7:19 PM

Carson Verszyla got an early birthday present Monday morning when he saw himself on “SportsCenter.”

Verszyla, who turned 13 Monday and is a sixth-grader in the Pine-Richland School District, scored a highlight-reel spin-o-rama goal Sunday that was featured as the top play on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” top 10.

“It was honestly pretty cool,” Verszyla said. “I was shocked to see myself on there because that’s the kind of thing you dream about. I never expected to be on ‘SportsCenter’ top 10 and be No. 1.”

Verszyla came in on a breakaway and did a full 360 spin while putting the puck flat on his stick and flipping it past

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