Elliott rushes for playoff career low in loss to Rams

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Los Angeles (13-3) enters Saturday's matchup as the No. 2 seed and is coming off a bye. "We know this (Cowboys) defense, and we prepared for it well all week. They did a great job of just winning the battle up front".

The Cowboys lost to the Rams, 30-22.

The Rams now await the victor of a divisional-round matchup Sunday between the NFC's top-seeded New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles, before they make their first appearance in an NFC Championship game since 2001. Losing one on a unusual call like this was a blow Dallas never had a chance to recover from. The Cowboys delivered in the fourth quarter with Ezekiel Elliott's go-ahead touchdown and Dak Prescott's score on the ground to sneak past Seattle. Without being able to set his feet, Prescott felt the pressure well and put the ball where only Brown could secure it falling out of bounds.

The 2018 season was quite a roller coaster for the Dallas Cowboys and their fans.

This could definitely be seen as a hint of extra motivation for the Rams, knowing that the city's most famous team and their players are cheering them on. Making matters even worse, the Rams came out and attacked the Cowboys defense by flashing the misdirection plays that worked all night. Bout time for a coaching change don'tcha think?!

Terrell Owens didn't hold back after the Cowboys fell to the Rams on Saturday in the the divisional round of the playoffs.

They won't be happy with the result, but the Cowboys should be proud of their final outcome on this year.

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