Rams players saw the signs, heard the chanting, noticed the volume was turned up. The effort was inspired on what could have been the final home game for the franchise in St. Louis.
“It was a great atmosphere,” quarterback Case Keenum said after the Rams beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 31-23, on Thursday.
Tavon Austin scored twice, Todd Gurley topped 1,000 yards rushing, and Keenum threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter. The 31st-ranked offense rolled to a 21-3 halftime lead.
“It was just great for them to come out and show the support tonight and it was a beautiful thing,” defensive end William Hayes said. “We haven't been putting...