Peyton and Marshall Manning watched Rams' win in person

Carrie Guzman
January 14, 2019

Terrell Owens is back to calling for Jason Garrett's head, after witnessing his Cowboys' fall to the Los Angeles Rams yesterday.

Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning took his son, Marshall, to watch the Los Angeles Rams play the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs on Saturday evening. He's attended several Cowboys games over the years.

As insurance, Los Angeles made the decision to sign veteran C.J.

James showed up to Saturday's Cowboys-Rams game at the LA Memorial Coliseum, but he wasn't rocking any Dallas gear.

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. Motto and logo on side is for @weareladder, a supplement company in which he owns a significant stake.

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With the way the Rams came out on offense, it became clear that every Cowboys possession would be of dire importance.

Peters was overheard shouting some taunting words at the direction of the Cowboys on the way to the locker room.

Loyal Dallas Cowboys fan LeBron James is going to celebrate with the Rams while wearing a purse.

The Rams will face the victor of Sunday's Philadelphia Eagles-New Orleans Saints matchup in next weekend's NFC title game.

Next weekend, the Rams will face the victor of today's game in New Orleans between the top-seeded Saints and the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.

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