After a huge win over the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, perhaps the St. Louis Rams quarterback Austin Davis will no longer be stopped by security when trying to enter the team facility.
Davis, the third-string quarterback who took the reins after starter Sam Bradford and backup Shaun Hill were injured, is such an unknown, his still gets stopped by Rams security, he said during an interview on “The Dan Patrick Show” on Monday.
Davis became the starter after the first game of the season.
He said he wasn’t too insulted by being stopped by security. After all, he never wanted to be a superstar, he said, just play some football.
Davis said he is going to enjoy the huge win, for a little bit, then get back to work.
The Rams are 2-4, having also beaten the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and are headed to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the 3-3 Kansas City Chiefs this week.