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Case Keenum threw the worst pass of the entire NFL season - costs Rams the game

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Things looked so good for the Los Angeles Rams at the start of the game at Twickenham today. Their defense was playing well and they were even managing to move the ball on offense.

Everything changed in the second half, as the Rams basically imploded, managing to score zero points in the final thirty minutes of their encounter against the New York Giants.

At the heart of that terrible display was quarterback Case Keenum, who threw four interceptions during the game, including one that has to go down as the worst pass attempt of the entire 2016 NFL season. Scroll down to see it.

Let me first set the scene. There's a minute left to go in the game and the Rams are trailing by seven. On fourth down, with the game on the line in a high-pressure situation, does Keenum save the day? No. He does this...

What the hell is he playing at!? How does this even happen? What in the name of Odin is he attempting to do? It truly beggars belief.

Following the game, Jeff Fisher has already come out and said that he is sticking by Keenum. A collective groan just went out from every Rams fan across the world aftere hearing that, with number one overall pick Jared Goff sitting on the bench waiting for his time to shine.

I will leave you with this, an accurate representation of Keenum's quarterbacking style.

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