Matthew Stafford passes 4-yard TD to Cooper Kupp of the Rams

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Matthew Stafford threw a touchdown pass to Cooper Kupp, a wide receiver, for the Los Angeles Rams' first score of the season. When the offence had gone three drives without a touchdown,

Kupp grabbed a 4-yard touchdown ball on second down with three minutes left in the half. He did it while staying in bounds in the corner of the end zone. According to ESPN Stats & Information,

Kupp has scored a receiving touchdown in seven consecutive games, including the playoffs. Since the beginning of the 2016 season, he has 17 receiving touchdowns, which is three more than

any other player, and 7 receiving touchdowns from inside the 5-yard line. With that last number, he has the NFL record all to himself, beating Mike Evans' total by one. On Thursday night, 

the Buffalo Bills started off the 2018 NFL season with a 31-10 victory over the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams at Sofi Stadium. Caesars Sportsbook had the Bills as the favourites to win the

Super Bowl when they entered the break tied at 10. The Bills came out strong in the second half, scoring touchdowns on three consecutive possessions while also forcing two punts and intercepting

Matthew Stafford twice. Despite throwing two interceptions in the first half (one of which was a deflection off wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie),quarterback Josh Allen led the team to victory by 

completing 26 of 33 passes (83.9% completion rate) for 297 yards and three touchdowns. As a result, his completion percentage is higher than any other Bills quarterback in the regular season since

Trent Edwards in 2008. Allen also led the team in rushing with nine carries for 57 yards and a touchdown. At the end of the game, Kupp had six receptions for 48 yards and a touchdown.

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