St Louis Rams quarterback Austin Davis is quietly having himself an impressive season for the Rams as the NFC West team look to edge their way into playoff contention.
The Rams have snuck upon teams in recent weeks, with an outstanding performance against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday seeing the Rams dethrone the World Champions. Davis went about his business as usual in a concerted manner, but it seems his calming influence is still going unnoticed in some quarters of Rams' personnel.
Not well known yet
According to reports, Davis had a little trouble last week that almost prevented him from making it to practice on time. It seems that not everybody at the Rams is fully aware of Davis himself, let alone his great play for St Louis this season.
"Rams QB Austin Davis said a security guard at the Rams facility would't let him in last week because he didn't know who he was," Paul Pabst of The Dan Patrick Show revealed on Monday.
Not long before he's a household name
Despite one Rams' security guard not realising who he was last week, Davis is certainly getting enough credit for his awesome play this season from other parts of the Rams' organization.
Davis has played so well that it's hard for him to be overlooked. The young quarterback now has a 94.3 passer rating on the season after another impressive display against the usually stout Seahawks' defense.
On the season to date, Austin has thrown for 1,517 yards in five games finding the endzone nine times with only four interceptions to his name. His completion rate of 66% is also something to behold, and if he keeps these performances coming, there won't be many security guards in the country that don't know who he is.