The Los Angeles Rams enjoyed their seventh win of the season on Monday night after earning a 27-24 road win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While the defense was able to create two turnovers in the second half, including a game-sealing interception by Jordan Fuller off Tom Brady late in the fourth quarter, the stars of the game came from the receiving corps. There, you'll find Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, who put together tremendous games in the win over the Bucs that now have the duo in a select group in NFL history.
Kupp finished with a game-high 145 yards receiving on 11 catches while Woods had 12 grabs for 130 yards and a touchdown. They are just the fourth teammate duo in the last 70 years to have 11-plus catches and 130-plus receiving yards in the same game. The other duos who have enjoyed such a night are Dallas' Tony Hill and Doug Cosbie (1985), Washington's Art Monk and Ricky Sanders (1990), and more recently Andre Johnson and Kevin Walter of the Texans (2010).