Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin, shown running after a first-quarter catch against Seattle last week, executed a play Chiefs special-teams coach Dave Toub created in Chicago and calls “The Johnny Knox Play.” The play went for a special-team touchdown as the Rams upset the Seahawks.
Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin, shown running after a first-quarter catch against Seattle last week, executed a play Chiefs special-teams coach Dave Toub created in Chicago and calls “The Johnny Knox Play.” The play went for a special-team touchdown as the Rams upset the Seahawks. L.G. Patterson AP
Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin, shown running after a first-quarter catch against Seattle last week, executed a play Chiefs special-teams coach Dave Toub created in Chicago and calls “The Johnny Knox Play.” The play went for a special-team touchdown as the Rams upset the Seahawks. L.G. Patterson AP

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